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From umesh prajapati <>
Subject Re: Assertion During Load Test
Date Sat, 22 Jun 2013 15:39:42 GMT
Thank you very much for a quick response. Ok , i am trying to follow the
2nd step that you have mentioned which is add save response as MD5 hash?
But I am being unable to find that option.

Like you have mentioned. I have to run the test once to be able to get that
option. So I ran the test once. and I right click on Http Sampler and
clicked ADD and I checked on all of them but was unable to locate save
response as MD5 hash.

I do see MD5Hex Assertion under Assertion. I am not sure if this is the one
your talking about.

On Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 8:22 AM, sebb <> wrote:

> On 22 June 2013 16:02, umesh prajapati <> wrote:
> > I would really appreciate if i could get some help on assertion.
> >
> > For example:
> > I have 100 users to test.
> > I run the test for 100 user in 5 seconds interval and save the
> > response in to a file.
> >
> > Now, I would like to do a load test with the same 100 users without 5
> > seconds interval
> > How can I use assertion or how can i assert that the response I am
> > getting now during the load test matches or contains the same data
> > before.(that was saved to a file)
> That's not possible currently in JMeter.
> Why not save the response files in two separate directories and the
> use a standard compare tool?
> Alternatively, if you are looking for an *exact* match, you could use
> the "Save response as MD5 hash?" option in the HTTP Sampler, and add
> an assertion to check that the response body is as expected. You would
> have to run the test once to get the hashes, and then add a Response
> Assertion to check the hash. You could then re-run with different
> settings for delays etc.
> If you want to still store the result, you could replace the Response
> Assertion with MD5 Assertion; of course then you need to uncheck the
> "Save response as MD5 hash?" option as you want the hash of the sample
> response not the hash of the hash created by the sampler. If you see
> what I mean.
> > Another thing that I noticed was, when I use save response to a file.
> > It saves each user response to separate file. Is there a way that I
> > can save all the user response to one single file
> You can configure Listeners to save the response data; it's not the
> default because of the likely size and resources needed to do so.
> > and later when I run
> > the load test assert the response with that single file.
> No.
> But you could configure a listener to save as XML and only enable the
> response data.
> Then compare output from test runs.
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