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From Flavio Cysne <flaviocy...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Analysing JMeter results
Date Thu, 29 Nov 2012 14:10:54 GMT
Just modify the script sampler's label (not the URL) to distinct names,
like Home@global.css and AboutUs@global.css


2012/11/29 Mitesh Patel <patel_m172@hotmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> I am new to JMeter and have managed to record my first test scenario via
> the proxy. As expected, this records every single request. So, my plan
> looks something like this:
>
> TEST PLAN
> --THREAD GROUP
> ----SCENARIO1 (RECORDING CONTROLLER)
> ------HOME (TRANSACTION CONTROLLER)
> --------home.html (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------global.css (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------page.js (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------banner.png (HTTP REQUEST)
> etc
> etc
> .
> .
> ------ABOUT US (TRANSACTION CONTROLLER)
> --------aboutus.html (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------global.css (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------aboutus.css (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------page.js (HTTP REQUEST)
> --------image.png (HTTP REQUEST)
>
> Now, when I try and plot the results using the OOTB listeners or the
> JMETER PLUGINS, I cannot seem to get an accurate view of the results for
> HOME or ABOUT US. It seems to groups similar files i.e. global.css,
> page.js. This doesn't really help me analyse the behaviour of the test.
>
> Any ideas how I can get around this?
>
> Thanks,
>

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