Performance testing using jMeter                 jMeter is an open source software for performance testing. It is written ...
2.    Add HTTP Request Defaults to the Thread GroupVisit IVESIA’S WEBSITE Follow us at LINKEDIN and TWITTER
3.     Configure the thread group with your application settings               a.     Hostname               b.     Port a...
5.     Start the HTTP Proxy Server                6.     Configure the browser to listen on HTTP Proxy Server port number ...
11.    Identify the session related issues in the application             12.    Capture the Session IDs using regular exp...
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Performance Testing using Jmeter

  1. 1. Performance testing using jMeter jMeter is an open source software for performance testing. It is written in Java and works as a desktop application. The installation is pretty easy and straightforward. Download the package and unzip it - that’s it. To run the application on Windows, double click the “bin/jmeter.bat” file and to run it on MacOS, double click the “ApacheJmeter.jar” file. jMeter supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SOAP, POP3, JDBC, thus enabling its use to test most of the applications. It has record and playback capability which enables easy test case creation The following steps illustrates the usage of jMeter used for Performance Testing 1. Add a thread group to the test planVisit IVESIA’S WEBSITE Follow us at LINKEDIN and TWITTER
  2. 2. 2. Add HTTP Request Defaults to the Thread GroupVisit IVESIA’S WEBSITE Follow us at LINKEDIN and TWITTER
  3. 3. 3. Configure the thread group with your application settings a. Hostname b. Port and c. protocol 4. Add the HTTP Proxy Server to the Workbench Configure the Workbench with the necessary settings like a. port for the proxy server b. URL patterns to include c. URL patterns to excludeVisit IVESIA’S WEBSITE Follow us at LINKEDIN and TWITTER
  4. 4. 5. Start the HTTP Proxy Server 6. Configure the browser to listen on HTTP Proxy Server port number 7. Open the browser (that you have configured with HTTP Proxy Server port) 8. Open the application URL and explore your application events (observe whether Jmeter is capturing the events) 9. Stop the HTTP Proxy Server 10. Add “View Summary Report” listener to the “Thread Group”Visit IVESIA’S WEBSITE Follow us at LINKEDIN and TWITTER
  5. 5. 11. Identify the session related issues in the application 12. Capture the Session IDs using regular expressions 13. Pass the session IDs in the subsequent requests 14. Clear “View Summary Report” 15. Rerun the tests and observe the results. Summary Report will be populated with the test results for the modified number of users set in the thread group window jMeter Download Reference Url: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/downloads/downloads_jmeter.cgi Manual Reference Url : http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/usermanual/ sVisit IVESIA’S WEBSITE Follow us at LINKEDIN and TWITTER

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