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From Shrikanth Madishetty <>
Subject JMeter recording
Date Thu, 05 Apr 2018 14:45:54 GMT
Hello All,

I'm JMeter beginner level user, have few questions please help:

1. Recorded sessions capturing lot of samplers though I had excluded
suggested excludes, how would I determine what samples I could delete to
determine correct response time.

2. How to debug reg. expression extractor variable value in responses
(apart from regexp tester in tree view)

3.My web-based app produce lot of run time values, I tried to correlate few
however those not done n has response assertion are passing too in tree it right results?

4.Max n min response time shown in summary report is same as webpage
loading time on browser? ( I know JavaScript isn't included in response

Thanking you all.


On Fri 30 Mar, 2018, 5:30 PM Nirdesh Pachoriya, <> wrote:

> I believe, here when image is downloaded into browser cache, we can look
> forward to other tools which offers better insight into page analysis.
> Few tool that can be looked into could be like Developer tool bar or
> WebpageTest .
> Regards,
> Nirdesh M Pachoriya
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Felix Schumacher []
> Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 3:12 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: JMeter Load Test for Capturing response time of Image
> Am 22.03.2018 um 07:18 schrieb Nayak, Soumya R.:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I have scenario for a web application.
> > The scenario is whenever an event is triggered two images are retrieved
> from the server and stays in the browser cache.
> > Now when a user logs in he sees the first image only ,and once he does
> some operations on the first image and submits immediately the second image
> shows up.
> > So my requirement is to calculate the response time of the second image
> which comes in a fraction of seconds from the cache.
> >
> > How can I achieve it through JMeter?
> This seems to be a client action (probably JavaScript or CSS triggered).
> JMeter is probably not the right tool for such a task. It is used to
> simulate the requests/respones to the server. The client side will depend
> too much on the specific browser, which JMeter doesn't emulate nor tries to.
> Selenium and friends are probably a better choice for client side action
> tests.
> Regards,
>   Felix
> >
> >
> > Regards,
> > Soumya
> >
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