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From Daniel Corredor <>
Subject Re: Help using Jmeter to upload files
Date Mon, 03 Dec 2012 13:40:13 GMT
Hi Carlina,

Did you analyze how the information is embedded in the application once is

What kind of file are you trying to upload? Is it a txt file or an special


On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:03 AM, Carolina Marques <> wrote:

> Hi Jmeter team,
> We are having some troubles when we try to set the configuration to upload
> a
> file through Jmeter. It is an ECM web application and is to save, manage
> and
> store many kind of documents and all these actions require lots of mouse
> clicks. The main application module is to import documents and to scan
> documents from a scanner connected to the computer and store this. But when
> we try to configure these modules into Jmeter, it is not working.
> The application works this way:
> - Import module: We fill the text fields with the required information,
> then, we press the selection button and an selection window is opened to
> select the file on the path chosen. After this the file is carried into the
> document that is being created and then, after this, the document is
> indexed.
> - Scan module: We fill the text fields with the required information, then
> we press the scan button and then, the image is scanned and is showed in
> the
> viewer, then we finish the document.
> In both modules are possible to import or scan more than one file or image.
> We need Jmeter to do this, to upload more than one file at the same time.
> Our application records the log report, but when we try to check if the
> action occurred, there's no log about what has been done.
> Do you know who can help us to solve this problem?
> Since now, thanks for your help.
> I look forward to hearing from you.
> Best regards,
> Carolina
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