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From "Nermin CALUK" <ner...@atlantbh.com>
Subject RE: Load Testing with Variable Request Path
Date Fri, 09 Sep 2011 12:30:56 GMT
Yes, JMeter can read URL from a text file, just use "CSV Data Set Config"
(Config Element) and loop through it.

You can setup a "single-column" csv where you put one URL per line. If
necessary, you can add additional columns (sometimes I use "NAME,HOST" where
I put ${NAME} as a Sampler Name and ${HOST} is URL, just for clarity, or you
can use ${COUNTER} as a part of the Sampler Name so when you find an error
you can easily go back and trace the line in your input file. This is used
to collect all the failed records and to re-test them until everything is
hopefully fixed)

Nermin



-----Original Message-----
From: pawinder [mailto:pawinder_gupta@yahoo.com] 
Sent: 9. septembar 2011 14:17
To: jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Load Testing with Variable Request Path

Hi,
I have a scenario where I need to load test a website that has over 5000
pages. One option is that I create 5000+ http request samplers. It will be
too time consuming to create and maintain so many requests. I was wondering
if jmeter can read the URL for request from a text file. So that I could
keep URLs to all the web pages in a text file and jmeter reads from the text
file and fires http requests.

Any suggestions are most welcome.

Thanks,
Pawinder

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