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JMeter: What is the purpose of tearDown Thread Group


JMeter: What is the purpose of tearDown Thread Group

By : user2956356
Date : November 22 2020, 10:54 AM
it fixes the issue As per help given by JMeter Tear Down Threadgroup,
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In Jmeter, how do I make my thread group to start next loop on error on the first part of my thread group and continue o

In Jmeter, how do I make my thread group to start next loop on error on the first part of my thread group and continue o


By : Anil Kumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . I have dealt with this before.
In your post processor you can set a variable based on success as you show in your code. I made mine a String instead of a Boolean due to some issues I had with the if controller.
code :
     Boolean result = sampleResult.isSuccessful();
   vars.put("success", result.toString())
"${__javaScript("${success}"=="false")}"
Get number of threads (defined via BlazeMeter) in a thread group from the setup thread group (jmeter)

Get number of threads (defined via BlazeMeter) in a thread group from the setup thread group (jmeter)


By : LDGEngineering
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , You can do it using the following Groovy code:
code :
def numberOfThreads = ctx.getThreadGroup().getNumThreads()
How to pass values from Thread Group to TearDown Thread Group?

How to pass values from Thread Group to TearDown Thread Group?


By : Semyon Baryshev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . As per JMeter User Manual:
code :
${__setProperty(foo_${__threadNum},${YOUR_VARIABLE_HERE})}
${__P(foo_${__threadNum},)}
JMETER 4. 0 | JMeter distributed load testing | jp@gc - Stepping Thread Group | Report

JMETER 4. 0 | JMeter distributed load testing | jp@gc - Stepping Thread Group | Report


By : user2349118
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. You can generate a dashboard report by running your JMeter test in command-line non-GUI mode from the master node like:
code :
jmeter -n -R slave1,slave2 -t /path/to/testplan.jmx -l /path/to/result.csv -e -o /path/to/dashboard/folder
How can i use multiple JSON files, into a Thread Group /(bzm - Concurrency Thread Group) of Jmeter 5.1.1, to do a concur

How can i use multiple JSON files, into a Thread Group /(bzm - Concurrency Thread Group) of Jmeter 5.1.1, to do a concur


By : user3218957
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I add multiple "Thread Group" into a "Test Plan". Inside "Test Plan" Unselect "Run thread groups consecutively".
Inside every "Thread Group" configure "Number of Threads(users)" as "1", "Ramp-Up Period" as "0", "Loop Count" as "1".
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