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From Marcell Fulop <>
Subject Re: Functions
Date Tue, 07 Aug 2012 17:16:16 GMT
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Thanks for pointing me to the right direction. I'll check and see what
I can do and how expensive that is via BeanShell (well performance is
not really an issue as it has a price on the runner machine not the
server being tested). However, the other option outlined in this
blog-post seems a lot more interesting and flexible.


On 07/08/12 17:36, Deepak Shetty wrote:
A lot can be done in beanshell/bsf pre/post processor if you dont mind some
> overhead
> regards deepak
> On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 9:27 AM, Marcell Fulop
> <>wrote:
> Hi All,
> First of all a big thank you! I'm a new user and JMeter is just
> awesome!
> My question is about functions: If I understand right the
> available functions one can use are listed in the documentation
> under section 19. Functions and Variables. What if I'd need to use
> some other basic functions to be able to build my test? Is there a
> way to extend the built-in ones with user defined functions? I
> don't actually mean user defined, since the 2 I'm missing at the
> moment are pretty basic ones, almost all programming languages
> implement them, namely sha1 and base64encode/decode.
> Thank you, //m
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