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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: Loops inside Loops and using JDBC Request Variable Maps in Response Assertions
Date Fri, 17 Aug 2012 16:08:06 GMT
>Is there a way to put a ForEach Controller inside another ForEach
works fine for me. You can always use a while controller where you can
write your condition in javascript to do some advanced looping.
If you are referring to result variable name then you have to use a
Beanshell/BSF assertion


On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 10:04 AM, Roberts, Jeremie <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am running a ForEach Controller loop in a Thread Group. I have a SOAP
> Request that I want to validate multiple rows of data from a JDBC Request
> exist in the SOAP request, but I won't know what how many row will be
> returned until the JDBC Request is run.
> What I was hoping to do is ForEach Controller inside the first then using
> the Variable Map from the JDBC Request to validate each row of data.
> Is there another way I can do this work?
> Is there a way to put a ForEach Controller inside another ForEach
> Controller?
>         It appears the UI does not allow me to add this by default.
> How do I use components from the JDBC Request Variable Map in a Response
> Assertion?
> Thanks,
> Jeremie Roberts
> Henry Schein Practice Solutions
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