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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: Cannot get Summary Report or View Results Tree without Debug Sampler
Date Tue, 30 Nov 2010 18:57:52 GMT
Your test is very non standard looking (for e.g. I have never seen a pre
processor outside a test plan I suppose it means it gets executed for
everything under the test plan i.e. multiple times , probably not what you
want) - you usually put this as a child of the sampler (the one before which
u want the pre processor executed). you put it under a controller if you
want it to execute for every sampler under that controller
What are Setup ratios and Random Em.. - I suppose these are pre-processors?
The problem is that without an actual sampler in your thread group , they
wont execute (causing your if controllers to fail ) - but when you enable
the debug sampler the pre processors do run (before this ) hence ur iof
controllers work

On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 10:25 AM, Sean Berry <> wrote:

> As requested (and as I assumed) here is the second part of my original
> question in a separate thread.
> Currently, I am running a server on 7 machines.  I have a python script
> that port scans all local IPs for 1099.  The python process then gathers the
> output to create a report.  The output works fine if I include a "Debug
> Sampler" even though I have everything set to False.  I am only able to get
> output (via CLI or GUI) if I have the Debug Sampler enabled.  I think this
> is because all of my samplers (WebService SOAP) are inside of the IF Logic
> Controllers.  If I put a Summary Report or View Results Tree inside the IF
> Controllers then I get output, but if they are not inside then I get nothing
> with the Debug Sampler turned off.  I know I must be doing something wrong
> and was looking for some help on this as well.  Here is a screenshot of my
> current setup.
> --- END QUESTION ---
> If you need any more information please feel free to ask.
> As a side note, I have taken a lot of the logic from the perl script that
> generates graphs from the output saved from the Aggregate Graph and have
> ported it over to Python, adding a bunch of additional reporting information
> and wrapping it up in a nice little web interface.  Once completed, I would
> like to contribute the source back to the community.  Here is a partial
> screenshot:
> Anyway, thanks for any help!

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