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From Kiradi Manoj <kiradima...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: View Results in Table
Date Fri, 28 Apr 2017 22:56:30 GMT
Hi Janine

You can use .jtl file to upload in blaze sense and from there you can share
the cloud url to look at the results.

Another way is to generate html report using .jtl file. For the latest
versions jmeter has reports generator property file, make necessary changes
and that generates html report.

Also, you can use ELK (elastic search, logstash, kibana) integration with
jmeter. Here you can load .csv files from the runs and can create
customised virtualization and dashboards. Do research on this as you will
find this helpful for long run.

Thanks
Manoj K


On 29 Apr 2017 03:20, "Janine DeBeradinis" <
janine.deberadinis@blackboard.com> wrote:

Hi Karl -

Thanks for the response.  I didn't realize this dashboard was even
available.  I am having  a hard time getting it to work though.

My first question - can I generate this report using a .jtl file?   It
doesn't look like I can, but that is the file I have.  I am actually using
Blazemeter to execute my test, and then downloading the results from there.

I do have a .csv file, that I created form the summary report, so I tried
using that one but get the error below:

File 'C:\apache-jmeter-3.2\0419_3\summary.csv' does not contain the field
names
header, ensure the jmeter.save.saveservice.* properties are the same as
when the
 CSV file was created or the file may be read incorrectly
An error occurred: Mismatch between expected number of columns:16 and
columns in
 CSV file:10, check your jmeter.save.saveservice.* configuration
errorlevel=1


If I try with my .jtl file, I get this error:

File 'C:\apache-jmeter-3.2\0419_3\sample.jtl' does not contain the field
names h
eader, ensure the jmeter.save.saveservice.* properties are the same as when
the
CSV file was created or the file may be read incorrectly
An error occurred: Could not read sample <0>
errorlevel=1

Thanks.
Janine



-----Original Message-----
From: Karl Hoffmann [mailto:karl@sitestress.eu]
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2017 1:25 PM
To: user@jmeter.apache.org
Subject: Re: View Results in Table

Hi,

Why do not you use the dashboard and distribute html-Report.
https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=
http%3A%2F%2Fjmeter.apache.org%2Fusermanual%2Fgenerating-
dashboard.html&data=02%7C01%7Cjanine.deberadinis%40blackboard.com%
7C2f7d94d06a1c4ebec9a008d48e5b8f17%7Cbf0b29a25e5c4aaaba4dac988df1
5ea6%7C0%7C0%7C636289971287139238&sdata=1fOmSv9Nur4ujzp9zo8UVf2lH1Cj%
2FP8bFZfOi1zNAp4%3D&reserved=0

Cheers
karl


Am 28.04.2017 um 18:43 schrieb Janine DeBeradinis:
> Hello -
>
> I want to be able to get the actual response time of every sample request
in my load test.  I believe the only way I can get this data is by using
the "View Results in Table " listener.  Once I have this data, I then need
to share it with other users who do not have access to JMeter.  Is there a
way to save the data from this listener?  I don't see that option at all.
The only way I can see that I can do this, is by manually copying the table
and pasting it into excel. However, I have over 200,000 samples so it would
be a very tedious process.  I have the .jtl file as well. I am not sure if
I can use that somehow to easily share the actual response time of each
sample?
>
> Any help is much appreciated.
>
> Thanks in advance.
> Janine
>
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