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From Deepak Shetty <shet...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: need help in parameterizing
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2011 05:04:14 GMT
> jmeter is reading username and password from the csv file
Did you verify this? Add a view results tree listener and check the data
being sent or add a debug sampler just before the HTTP Request. if you see
it as ${a} then in all likelihood your file isnt being picked up (and you
should see an error message in jmeter.log) - Note Relative file names are
resolved with respect to the path of the active test plan - not the bin
directory

If the above shows the data correctly and you can login to your site using
the same username / password then compare what the browser sends with with
what jmeter is sending

regards
deepak

On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 9:55 PM, shankykurella
<shankarkurella.qa@gmail.com>wrote:

> hi all,
>
> i have parameterized username,and password from a csv file. csv looks as
>
> abc123,password
> abc1234,password
> i have placed csv file in bin folder... and added a csv data inside http
> request
>
> variable names are: a,b
> delimier: ,
> recycle on eof : true
> stop thread on eof : true
>
> and under the http request i have added under send parameters with request
> i
> have added a,b variables as ${a},${b} with some names to those variables
>
> now the problem is while running, jmeter is reading username and password
> from the csv file but not proceeding further and stating as invalid
> username
> and password when it suppose to navigate to home page
>
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