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From Andrew Burton <>
Subject Re: Managing several JMeter tests at once
Date Fri, 14 Dec 2018 03:08:19 GMT
I typically construct test suites using fragments, where each fragment
would work as a standalone business process.

For example, using a flight booking website:

Test Plan
+- "Purchase flights" test group
    +- Login fragment
    +- Book flight fragment
    +- Purchase flight fragment
    +- Logout fragment
+- "Search" test group
    +- Anonymous flight search fragment

Each fragment is a separate JMX script, where each can be run individually
or as part of a larger test, and that's how I can build multiple scripts
into a "test suite" which could be considered as a "parent" JMX.

That way you can run via the GUI as a shakeout run, and via the command
line for a full test (using properties to define the thread group users,
duration and pacing).

On Tue, Dec 11, 2018 at 4:17 AM Doug Coughler <>

> Greetings!
> What would you folks recommend for managing several JMeter tests at the
> same time?  We are currently using ALM and UFT, and want something similar
> for our JMeter tests.  Basically, something that would allow us to quickly
> and easily create test suites encompassing multiple test plans.  The test
> plans would also likely be used in multiple test suites.
> Any suggestions?
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