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From David Patrick <>
Subject Re: jmeter to store responses in recording controller.
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2011 06:20:32 GMT
Hi Vikas,

To record the responses, I think you have two options:
(1) Capture them all in a Results Tree sampler. I think I would do this twice for one and
two as you list below, then compare the output files


(2) Use Badboy ( to record the transactions in record phase. Then, after exporting
this to a JMX file, you will be able to run it and compare the results you get.

If you are looking to do both your steps in each iteration, then I think that extending my
option (1) above is the way to go - possibly using REGEX samples, variables and assertions
to capture the response, re-request it and check again.

I hope I have been of help.

David Patrick

On 25 Mar 2011, at 06:11, Vikas Malik wrote:

> Hello,
> I am using jmeter for functional testing the website. I am trying to store
> the responses while recording the HTTP request traffic using HTTP proxy
> server, but there does not seem to be any option in jmeter to store
> responses.
> Basically I am trying to do the following. Please let me know if it is
> possible to do so using jmeter, if yes, any pointers how to go about it will
> be very useful.
> 1. Store the http traffic(both request and response) using HTTP proxy. Store
> the responses as samples.
> 2. Re-run the recorded HTTP requests in testing phase and compare the
> responses we get now against the samples stored in step 1. Any mismatch
> should fail the test.
> Thanks.
> Vikas Malik

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