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From Kirk Pepperdine <kirk.pepperd...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Adding abandonment rate to my test plan help
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2013 04:52:24 GMT
More often abandonment is related to response time. Getting to the response time of the previous
request would allow you to compare that to abandonment distribution.

Regards,
Kirk 

On 2013-04-18, at 10:09 PM, Deepak Shetty <shettyd@gmail.com> wrote:

> Before attempting complicated solutions , does throughput controller not
> work for you?
> +Sampler1
> +ThroughPutController (90 , percent executions , uncheck per user = 10%
> abandon)
> ++Sampler2
> ++ThroughPutController (80 , percent executions , uncheck per user = 20%
> more abandon at this step)
> +++Sampler3
> and so on
> 
> regards
> deepak
> 
> 
> On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 12:55 PM, Marcelo Jara <marcelojara@hotmail.com>wrote:
> 
>> Hmm. I can try that.
>> Is there a way to stop the iteration in a beanshell post processor? I'm
>> thinking of doing the following:
>> 1) Have percentages set as user defined variables    a) AbandonAfterSearch
>> = 10%   b) AbandonAfterAddingToCart = 10%   c) AbandonAfterCheckout = 20%
>> These don't have to add up to 100% and are mutually exclusive.
>> 2) Add a beanshell post processor in each sampler. In it, generate a
>> random number and compare it to the Abandon rate  from step 1. If it's
>> lower, then continue execution. Otherwise, stop the iteration.
>> 
>> I read an old thread (
>> http://jmeter.512774.n5.nabble.com/BeanShell-Assertion-Can-a-failed-assertion-force-the-next-iteration-of-a-loop-td533789.html)
>> which says something like this may not work.
>> Is this still the case?
>>> From: aadrahtas@bluestoneinternational.com
>>> To: user@jmeter.apache.org
>>> Subject: RE: Adding abandonment rate to my test plan help
>>> Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2013 16:44:38 +0000
>>> 
>>> One way you can do this is create a switch controller with 4 children as
>> simple controllers. The first child (the first simple controller under the
>> switch controller) contains all four steps of your test 1) Searching, 2)
>> Adding to Cart, 3)Checking out 4) Purchase. The second child only contains
>> steps 1) to 2). The third child contains steps 1) to 3). The fourth child
>> contains only step 1). For the switch controller, set the switch value to a
>> variable read from a CSV file. Have 100 entries on the file with numbers
>> 0,1,2,3. Choose the proportion of 0,1,2,3's according to your needs and
>> have jmeter recycle at EOF. This way you will have the exact percentage of
>> users you need to abandon on each step. For instance, a 0 would mean the
>> user completes all 4 steps, a 1 would mean the user abandons before
>> Checking out, etc.
>>> 
>>> 
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>>> 
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Marcelo Jara [mailto:marcelojara@hotmail.com]
>>> Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2013 12:12 PM
>>> To: user@jmeter.apache.org
>>> Subject: Adding abandonment rate to my test plan help
>>> 
>>> I have a test plan that includes a thread group with multiple http
>> samplers in it. The flow is a user making a purchase on a web site. So it
>> includes 1) Searching, 2) Adding to cart, 3) Checking out, 4) Purchase.
>>> To be more realistic, I want to add abandonment rates. So I want to add
>> something that would stop the iteration at either steps 1, 2, or 3. And
>> this should be weighted so more people would abandon at step 3 vs step 1.
>>> What's the best way to do this? Do I add an IF statement before each
>> step and then based on a percentage, either perform the action or not?
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> Marcelo
>>> 
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