Configure Filename in UI

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Configure Filename in UI

prateekgommt
Hi,

I'm running Jmeter in command line mode & when I open the jtl file, I see a
Filename field ( which is unutilized / vacant)  in .jtl file .  I'm not
using CSV file in my test plan.

Is there any way to configure the *Filename field ( where to find it ?? ) *
in Jmeter UI mode , So that I can pass the input of my choice &  see the
results accordingly in Jtl file -- when ran in command line mode.

Screenshot attached for Filename field..  https://imgur.com/a/hldr1zq

Please guide me on this.

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Re: Configure Filename in UI

glinius@live.com
I doubt that you find this useful for storing "the input of your choice",
consider using  Sample Variables
<https://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/listeners.html#sample_variables>
property instead which allows storing the value of an arbitrary  JMeter
Variable <https://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/functions.html>   into a .jtl
results file.

With regards to your question itself, *Filename* column holds the value of
the output file which can be specified in the  Save Responses to a file
listener
<http://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/component_reference.html#Save_Responses_to_a_file>  
which some people use to save the output of JMeter samplers - see
Performance Testing: Upload and Download Scenarios with Apache JMeter
<https://www.blazemeter.com/blog/how-performance-test-upload-and-download-scenarios-apache-jmeter>  
article for more details.  



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