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From Sajid Patel <sajidpa...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jmeter - CSV Data Set Config reaching <EOF>, reading values only for alternate threads
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2014 21:14:32 GMT
For this test script, I just use the jmeter.bat file as is, no additional
arguments. The CSV files are put in the same dir as the jmx file.

Thanks for pointing out the line break characters. I am not sure, how I got
the line terminators messed up. I recreated the file using excel and saved
it as csv and it started working. Thanks for your input. I had been
focussing on the script and properties but the problem was with the CSV
files.

Thanks,
Sajid


On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 3:46 PM, UBIK LOAD PACK Support <
support@ubikloadpack.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> Check JMeter.log to see if you don't have a FileNotFoundException which
> mean your file was not found.
> Where do you put your CSVs when you run ?
> What are your startup arguments for JMeter ?
>
> Also your CSV are strange regarding line break and first character
>
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> On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 6:15 PM, Sajid Patel <sajidpatel@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I am facing a wierd issue with CSV Data Set Config. I get values for
> > alternate threads and alternate threads it is fetching <EOF> values.
> >
> > I have shared the test script with all the related files -->
> > [JMeterScript.zip] :
> > https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/48816404/JMeterScript.zip
> >
> > *Expected result* :  Thread 1 : username = p_user1, password = p_pass1,
> > WAIT0 = 1200<br> Thread 1 : var1 = value1, var2 = value2, var3 = value3,
> > var4 = value4, var5 = value5, var6 = value6<br> Thread 3 : username =
> > p_user2, password = p_pass2, WAIT0 = 117000<br> Thread 3 : var1 =
> value11,
> > var2 = value12, var3 = value13, var4 = value14, var5 = value15, var6 =
> > value16<br> Thread 5 : username = p_user3, password = p_pass3, WAIT0 =
> > 114000<br> Thread 5 : var1 = value21, var2 = value22, var3 = value23,
> var4
> > = value24, var5 = value25, var6 = value26<br> Thread 7 : username =
> > p_user4, password = p_pass4, WAIT0 = 111000<br> Thread 7 : var1 =
> value31,
> > var2 = value32, var3 = value33, var4 = value34, var5 = value35, var6 =
> > value36<br> ....
> >
> > *Result I am getting* : Thread 1 : username = p_user1, password =
> p_pass1,
> > WAIT0 = 1200 Thread 1 : var1 = <EOF>, var2 = <EOF>, var3 = <EOF>,
var4 =
> > <EOF>, var5 = <EOF>, var6 = <EOF> Thread 2 : username = , password
=
> > ${password}, WAIT0 = ${WAIT0} Thread 2 : var1 = value1, var2 = value2,
> var3
> > = value3, var4 = value4, var5 = value5, var6 = value6 Thread 3 :
> username =
> > p_user2, password = p_pass2, WAIT0 = 117000 Thread 3 : var1 = <EOF>,
> var2 =
> > <EOF>, var3 = <EOF>, var4 = <EOF>, var5 = <EOF>, var6 =
<EOF> Thread 4 :
> > username = , password = ${password}, WAIT0 = ${WAIT0} Thread 4 : var1 =
> > value11, var2 = value12, var3 = value13, var4 = value14, var5 = value15,
> > var6 = value16 ....
> >
> > I am using Java 7u51 and JMeter 2.10.
> >
> > Please let me know, if any other details are needed.
> >
> > Any inputs/suggestions are welcome.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Sajid
> >
> > P.S. Posting a question for the first time
> >
>
>
>
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