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From Adrian Speteanu <>
Subject Re: Huge database
Date Fri, 10 May 2013 11:55:00 GMT

To answer 2.:
the results tree has a response data tab that permits some very basic
parsing of the server's response, it is not meant to emulate the browser,
but help you debug tests. Do note that it is not recommended to use during
large tests because the listener is keeping requests & responses in memory.

As for question no. 1, it sounds more like what your study should evaluate
and decide. I think you might find useful information gathered here:
it would help you organise and decide what to test for.

Cheers and good luck!
--Adrian S

On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 1:28 PM, Newbie <> wrote:

> Hi every one,
> I'm new to Jmeter and trying to use Jmeter for my thesis test. I have the
> following questions that I would be grateful if you could help me:
> I have some web applications that I want to feed them some data and see
> their reaction. I have a dataset that the data are in two forms:
> wget --post-data "var1=value1&var2=value2&..." http://.../page.jsp
> wget http://.../page.jsp?var1=value1&var2=value2&...
> 1.The database is huge do I have to feed all the parameter values to the
> related pages or is there an easier way to do that?
> 2. I have heard that we can see the pages in Jmeter just as we able to see
> them in a browser. Is that right? How can this happen?
> Regards
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