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From Prabhav11 <prabhav.bhatjiw...@timelink.com>
Subject Saving a recorded script for future use.
Date Fri, 15 Jul 2011 15:24:11 GMT
Hi all,

I recently started using JMeter and am amazed at it's flexibility. I have
recorded a script with 3 threads for 3 users with different login
credentials and checking the response times on my web application. Now, I
need to use the same script but for 10 to 15 thousand users with different
login credentials. I have around 5 servers and over 10,000 desktop machines
to test that script all hitting the web servers. I need to know the response
times for all of them when they login simultaneously. 

I think remote testing might do it, but the problem is the script will have
to be modified each time with a unique username and password for that
particular user. Is there a way in which we can save the recorded script
(Along with the Proxy Server settings) and provide all the users with that
script so that they can enter their username and password and run the script
via JMeter installed on their desktops? 

Looking forward to your suggestions and ideas. Thanks in advance!

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