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From sginsbourg <>
Subject Re: automatic correlation for jmeter
Date Sat, 03 Mar 2012 09:16:43 GMT
Having the proxy auto create variables is not a good choice due to various
reasons, including the lack of an original non-variabled recording for
reviewing and validating the auto variables.

I will gladly look into the SED.

Anyway, I need some insight into the structure of the file system. What is
the standard file that saves the recorded responses? How can the user save
responses in a controlled procedure during a recording or a replay? That
could be good sarting point for composing an auto correlation script for

Can anyone laborate on that?

 On Mar 3, 2012 10:01 AM, "Oliver Lloyd [via JMeter]" <> wrote:

> In my experience, auto-correlation routines, even the most 'expensive'
> ones, tend to only work in very simple cases, and even then I wouldn't
> trust them. One of the things that I like about JMeter is its focus on core
> functionality, without any of the bells and whistles that are so loved by
> marketing departments.
> That said, there are some correlation tasks that can become a chore and in
> these cases I would suggest two things:
> 1. Making good use of the fact JMeter's proxy will automatically create
> variables for any values that you already have defined in the test plan
> (root).
> 2. Using SED on the jmx file.
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