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  • Learning JMeter
    Getting Started With Jmeter
     
    I. What is Jmeter?
    Apache JMeter is a 100% pure Java desktop application designed to load test, functional behavior and measure performance. JMeter may be used to test performance both on static and dynamic resources . It can be used to simulate a heavy load on a server, network or object to test its strength or to analyze overall performance under different load types.
    II. Why choose Apache Jmeter?
    There are wide load testing tools to choose from. There are open source tools like Open STA, http_load, The Grinder, Siege including Jmeter and commercial tools like LoadRunner, WebLoad etc. But why would we pick Jmeter?
    Jmeter is FREE! – no monthly charges
    Easy to install and use – 100% JAVA with friendly GUI
    Feature rich
    Record from browser
    Load test data from files
    Add logic, variables and functions
    Run distributed testing from multiple machines
    Variety of protocols: Web – HTTP, HTTPS; SOAP; Database via JDBC; LDAP; JMS; Mail – POP3
  • III. What are the requirements of Jmeter?
    Java Virtual Machine – JMeter requires a fully compliant JVM 1.4 or higher
    Operating System
    Unix (Solaris, Linux, etc)
    Windows (98, NT, XP, etc)
     
     
     
    IV. Installation:
    Install Jmeter from following website, select Binary- 2.4 Zip file:
    http://jakarta.apache.org/site/downloads/downloads_jmeter.cgi
    Install Badboy software from following website:
    http://www.badboy.com.au/and select 2.1.2_beta_1 version.
     
    Download and install Jmeter plug-ins from following website:
    http://code.google.com/p/jmeter-plugins/
    For comprehensive tutorials visit: http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/
     
    V. Creating and Running the application:
    Firstly, we have to record the script using Badboy software, so start the Badboy.
    Enter the URL of a website or application you want to test in the address bar of
    Badboy Software.
    Press the ENTER key, it will start recording.
    Once recording is over, click on Record On /Off button to stop recording.
     
  • VI. Importing Recorded script to Jmeter:
    Click on File  Export to Jmeter
    Save the file. The file will be get saved with .JMX extension.
     
     
     
     
     
    VII. How to run JMeter?
    Unzip Jmeter distribution file to desired path
    Go to “bin” directory
    Run Jmeter file
    Windows : double click jmeter.bat
    Mac : double click ApacheJmeter.jar
    Unix : double click jmeter.sh OR run ./jmeter from the command line
    VIII. How to import the recorded script into Jmeter:
    Click on FileOpen
    Select the saved recorded file and click on Open.
     
    IX. Creating Thread group:
     
    Click on Thread group.
    Assign no. of users, Ramp up period and loop.
     
  • X. Selecting Result formats:
     
    Right click on Thread groupAddSampler
    Select the appropriate Samplers according to the results that you want to view.
     
    XI. Running the Thread group:
    1. Click on RunStart. It will start running the opened script.
    2. If the script is in running state the button at the top right corner will be displayed in green color and after that it will change to gray color.
    XII. Results:
    Click on respective samplers to view results.
     
    XIII. Converting and copying the generated graph:
    Right click on the graph and select appropriate option.