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From mark.bak...@kvk.nl
Subject Betr.: Re: how to Set Load Time programmaticly via Beanshell?
Date Mon, 23 May 2011 08:53:06 GMT
Thanx,

But when I try to visualize this I can't see it. I use the extensions from 
google code for visualizing the response times.
So I realy would like to set the response times.


Kind regards,

Mark





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Re: how to Set Load Time programmaticly via Beanshell?






You could use Latency property of SampleResult to store your value. 

SampleResult.setLatency(450);



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