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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Write variables to a file without showing them in Results Tree
Date Tue, 14 Sep 2010 13:54:20 GMT
On 14 September 2010 14:16, SanderW <sander@performancearchitecten.nl> wrote:
>
> Ahhhh, fout the problem: I should have placed the BeanShell Postprocessor as
> a child of the HTTP Request instead of after the Request.
>
> While Controller (${__javaScript(("${Inputpagina}" != "<EOF>")? "true" :
> "false",)})
> ...CSV Data Set Config (Variable names = Inputpagina)
> ...If Controller ("${Inputpagina}" != "<EOF>")
> ......HTTP Request (path = ${Inputpagina})
> .........Regular Expression Extractor (Name = Outputpagina & RegEx =
> href=\"(.+?)\" & Match No = -1)
> .........BeanShell PostProcessor
>
>
> Still one question is unanswered: Please please please, provide me with an
> example to write to new file instead of to the jmeter.log

BeanShell understands Java code, so just use standard Java to open the
file and write the data.

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