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From mpistella <mpiste...@kingsisle.com>
Subject Re: response assertion: using multiple patterns
Date Thu, 24 Apr 2014 19:24:52 GMT
sebb-2-2 wrote
> On 24 April 2014 19:11, mpistella &lt;

> mpistella@

> &gt; wrote:
>> cthoong wrote
>>> Thought can't do "OR" condition in assertion, now only found out just
>>> add
>>> " | " between 2 set of value in 1 "Patterns to Test" instead of 2
>>> Patterns.
>>
>> You actually must add two of the "or" vertical lines like so: "||" 
>> between
>> 2 sets of values in only one "Patterns to Test"
> 
> I don't think that is correct.
> A single vertical bar is the standard meta character used to separate
> alternates.

Java, Javascript, and Beanshell all use "||" as the standard "or" operator.
So I am assuming jmeter uses this standard as well. Couldn't find anything
in the help file confirming this though.




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