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From Bronagh McElduff <>
Subject Re: Can I use dynamic parameters with SOAP/XML-RPC Request?
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2005 08:15:12 GMT
Hi Jen,

I haven't tried this for an XML-RPC request, however, it sounds similar  
to something that I wanted to do with a SOAP request.  Variable 
substitution is currently not supported for XML elements in JMeter. 
I have added an enhancement report:


Jen Lee wrote:

>Hi - I am new to jmeter, and have been trying to setup a test script where I use some
of the output of an XML-RPC request sampler as input to a future xml-rpc sampler. For example,
I have a XML-RPC request that returns;
><?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
>        I would like to be able to use the regular expression post-processor to extract
out that last variable value, eg. userid=<int>\d+</int>.*<int>(\d+)</int>
but what I cannot figure out is how to use it later in a future XML-RPC request. Here is my
later request;
><?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1" ?>
> <param>
>  <value>
>   <string>SELECT name, type_id FROM namelist WHERE user_id= ${userid}</string>
>  </value>
> </param>
>        I read the FAQ entitled ' How do I make parameters dynamic, reacting to the unique
server responses of each test run?' and it uses a sample of adding a parameter, but this does
not seem to be an option for the XML-RPC request, only the http samplers.  Does anyone know
if this should work for XML-RPC, and if so, how? Thank You!

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