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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Remote testing problem - Works for one testplan does not work for the second
Date Fri, 21 Oct 2011 12:37:42 GMT
On 21 October 2011 13:32, sasidharsmit <> wrote:
> Thank you, Sebb.
> I managed to locate the problem area.
> I identified the samplers and non-sampler elements used in my test plans
> Plan1 and Plan2. Details below:
> As you had suggested, I tried to execute test plans remotely, with different
> samplers. The following were the samplers I tried.
> a) Webservice (SOAP) request
> b) HTTP request
> c) dummy sampler
> d) jp@gc - http raw request
> In each of the first 3 cases, remote execution was successful. No exceptions
> were thrown.
> But, when I tried to execute a testplan that uses the sampler "jp@gc - http
> raw request", I face the "NotSerializableException".
> So, I believe, the problem is with the sampler "jp@gc - http raw request".

OK, well done.

> This was not one of the default samplers available with JMeter 2.4. This is
> a custom plugin, I downloaded from the below site:
> I had to use "jp@gc - http raw request" sampler instead of the default "HTTP
> Request" sampler, because my requests to the servers are JSON strings of
> varying length (generated by the beanshell preprocessor) and I could not use
> "HTTP Request" for this.

You probably can use Http request, but it might be tricky.

> Is there any way to resolve the issue with "jp@gc - http raw request"

Contact the provider to get them to fix the bug.

> sampler or any workarounds to get this working?

Don't use client-server mode; batch mode is anyway more efficient.

We are working on a Raw option for the Http Sampler, which will be in
the next release of JMeter.

> Thanks and Regards,
> Sasidhar Sekar
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