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From Adrian Speteanu <>
Subject Re: [JMeter]: Getting issues in JMeter with the requests having images embedded with Oracle ADF
Date Tue, 08 Nov 2011 15:08:00 GMT

first of all:  the response you talk about sounds like your test doesn't
keep the sessions correctly, so changing memory management or the behaviour
of a listener (the results tree) won't/migth not help. suggestion: can you
add a structure of your test plan so that people here understand better
what is your confronting? something like:
thread group
 + config element
 + controller
  + sampler
   + assertion
  + sampler
  + listener

On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 4:41 PM, mshah <> wrote:

> We are using JMeter for performance testing of the application developed
> using
> Oracle ADF 11g.
> In JMeter, for any request having image (jpg or png) in the response, at
> the
> time of playback of the script, proper response with the image is
> displayed.
> But, after that request, the response for all subsequent requests are
> getting
> failed with error message as
> "Because of inactivity, your session has timed out and is no longer
> active. The
> page will automatically be reloaded in 10 seconds; if not, click here."
> We observed that when we disable the request having image, the script is
> working fine without any issues (all subsequent requests pass
> successfully).
> So, the response time observed is without images.
> Please suggest suitable solution or workaround, so that we can keep images
> enabled and can observe proper response time of the transaction.
> We have already explored multiple options in JMeter to solve this problem,
> but
> could not find any satisfactory solution:
> • Changed HEAP values in jmeter.bat file to instruct JVM to use more memory
> • Set maximum Timeouts in HTTP request for connect and response parameters
> • Disabled image size check limit by editing view.results.tree.max_size in
> file
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