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From "Bo Bodnar" <>
Subject simple writer question
Date Mon, 06 Mar 2017 21:10:05 GMT

I'm running a jmeter 2.13 script and have an interesting problem in a
simple data writer that I can't resolve.  I'm hoping someone here has seen
this before and figured out a solution.  The details:

I've a simple data writer where I want the output to be just the URL call.
Using the GUI, I uncheck everything except "Save URL".  Running jmeter from
the GUI now works exactly as desired.  For example, I get something like in
the log file:

I now save the script, turn off the GUI, and run the .jmx script from the
command line.  Instead of getting just the URL, I get thread information;


In other words, the "1,1," should not be present.  I then turn on the GUI,
open the pertinent .jmx file, and see that "Save Active Thread Counts" is
now checked (recall that it was unchecked).  When I look at the .jmx file,
I see that thread information is unchecked (as intended).  The portion of
the .jmx file that pertains to this simple writer is:

<ResultCollector guiclass="SimpleDataWriter" testclass="ResultCollector"
testname="Simple Data Writer - Success" enabled="true">
          <boolProp name="ResultCollector.error_logging">false</boolProp>
            <value class="SampleSaveConfiguration">

          <stringProp name="filename">${WriteURLsToFolder}/$

It appears to me that the simple writer is broken for this scenario.  Is
this some way of working around this?

Thank you,


   Bohdan L. Bodnar                                                                  
   Lead Performance Engineer                                                         
   E-mail:                               222 South Riverside Plaza 
                                                                    Chicago, IL 60606 
                                                                        United States 

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