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Ducloux Victor
Hi everybody, I'm totally new to JMeter so please be knid ... ;-)

Here's what I would like to know .

I use the proxy to record the site I want to use...works Perfect...I've
not put a filter for images or javascripts files....

I've put a timer for my thread group (3000 ms) but the problem is that
the timer applies even to requests concerning image files, or css files!!
Which means that it corresponds to clicking on a page, then getting the
css 3 second after, then getting the *.js 3 second  after, then getting
the first image 3 seonds afters....etc ....etc.... This is not very
realistic !

Well is there a way to tell globally to JMeter to not apply the timer to
*.js;*.css;*.jpg etc ...... ?


Thanks very much in advance for your responses...
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RE: Fine Timer

Jonathan OLIVER
Hey, Sorry this won't answer your question but how did you record your site?  what is "the proxy" ?

cheers

-----Original Message-----
From: Ducloux Victor [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: May 13, 2005 8:52 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Fine Timer


Hi everybody, I'm totally new to JMeter so please be knid ... ;-)

Here's what I would like to know .

I use the proxy to record the site I want to use...works Perfect...I've
not put a filter for images or javascripts files....

I've put a timer for my thread group (3000 ms) but the problem is that
the timer applies even to requests concerning image files, or css files!!
Which means that it corresponds to clicking on a page, then getting the
css 3 second after, then getting the *.js 3 second  after, then getting
the first image 3 seonds afters....etc ....etc.... This is not very
realistic !

Well is there a way to tell globally to JMeter to not apply the timer to
*.js;*.css;*.jpg etc ...... ?


Thanks very much in advance for your responses...
--


    Victor Ducloux |  Stagiaire

    *c o s m o s b a y ~ v e c t i s*

    Chemin de Saint-Lambert, Actiburo 1, Bâtiment A - 13400 Aubagne -
    www.cosmosbay-vectis.com
    Tél. général : +33 4 91 87 81 08 - Fax : +33 4 91 87 81 09


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Re: Fine Timer

Ducloux Victor
Hi, no pb, even I discovered that and was quite amazed !

Right click on testPlan, then insert > non test element > Proxy !!

you can then define the port, what to record and what not to record
etc.... BUT you have to create befor,for your thread group, a record
controler (insert...logical controleur ....record controler)
and tell the proxy to record into that record controler that's it

hope it helps ....

Jonathan OLIVER a ?crit :

>Hey, Sorry this won't answer your question but how did you record your site?  what is "the proxy" ?
>
>cheers
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ducloux Victor [mailto:[hidden email]]
>Sent: May 13, 2005 8:52 AM
>To: [hidden email]
>Subject: Fine Timer
>
>
>Hi everybody, I'm totally new to JMeter so please be knid ... ;-)
>
>Here's what I would like to know .
>
>I use the proxy to record the site I want to use...works Perfect...I've
>not put a filter for images or javascripts files....
>
>I've put a timer for my thread group (3000 ms) but the problem is that
>the timer applies even to requests concerning image files, or css files!!
>Which means that it corresponds to clicking on a page, then getting the
>css 3 second after, then getting the *.js 3 second  after, then getting
>the first image 3 seonds afters....etc ....etc.... This is not very
>realistic !
>
>Well is there a way to tell globally to JMeter to not apply the timer to
>*.js;*.css;*.jpg etc ...... ?
>
>
>Thanks very much in advance for your responses...
>  
>


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    Victor Ducloux |  Stagiaire

    *c o s m o s b a y ~ v e c t i s*

    Chemin de Saint-Lambert, Actiburo 1, B?timent A - 13400 Aubagne -
    www.cosmosbay-vectis.com
    T?l. g?n?ral : +33 4 91 87 81 08 - Fax : +33 4 91 87 81 09

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RE: Fine Timer

Jonathan OLIVER
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That is so cool!  Too bad I can't get it to work with https...

-----Original Message-----
From: Ducloux Victor [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: May 13, 2005 9:17 AM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: Fine Timer


Hi, no pb, even I discovered that and was quite amazed !

Right click on testPlan, then insert > non test element > Proxy !!

you can then define the port, what to record and what not to record
etc.... BUT you have to create befor,for your thread group, a record
controler (insert...logical controleur ....record controler)
and tell the proxy to record into that record controler that's it

hope it helps ....

Jonathan OLIVER a écrit :

>Hey, Sorry this won't answer your question but how did you record your site?  what is "the proxy" ?
>
>cheers
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ducloux Victor [mailto:[hidden email]]
>Sent: May 13, 2005 8:52 AM
>To: [hidden email]
>Subject: Fine Timer
>
>
>Hi everybody, I'm totally new to JMeter so please be knid ... ;-)
>
>Here's what I would like to know .
>
>I use the proxy to record the site I want to use...works Perfect...I've
>not put a filter for images or javascripts files....
>
>I've put a timer for my thread group (3000 ms) but the problem is that
>the timer applies even to requests concerning image files, or css files!!
>Which means that it corresponds to clicking on a page, then getting the
>css 3 second after, then getting the *.js 3 second  after, then getting
>the first image 3 seonds afters....etc ....etc.... This is not very
>realistic !
>
>Well is there a way to tell globally to JMeter to not apply the timer to
>*.js;*.css;*.jpg etc ...... ?
>
>
>Thanks very much in advance for your responses...
>  
>


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    Victor Ducloux |  Stagiaire

    *c o s m o s b a y ~ v e c t i s*

    Chemin de Saint-Lambert, Actiburo 1, Bâtiment A - 13400 Aubagne -
    www.cosmosbay-vectis.com
    Tél. général : +33 4 91 87 81 08 - Fax : +33 4 91 87 81 09


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Re: Fine Timer

sebb-2-2
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On 5/13/05, Ducloux Victor <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi everybody, I'm totally new to JMeter so please be knid ... ;-)
>
> Here's what I would like to know .
>
> I use the proxy to record the site I want to use...works Perfect...I've
> not put a filter for images or javascripts files....
>
> I've put a timer for my thread group (3000 ms) but the problem is that
> the timer applies even to requests concerning image files, or css files!!
> Which means that it corresponds to clicking on a page, then getting the
> css 3 second after, then getting the *.js 3 second  after, then getting
> the first image 3 seonds afters....etc ....etc.... This is not very
> realistic !
>
> Well is there a way to tell globally to JMeter to not apply the timer to
> *.js;*.css;*.jpg etc ...... ?

No.

But you can apply the timer to individual samples.

Or you can remove the jpg etc downloads, and change the html samplers
to download embedded resources.

> Thanks very much in advance for your responses...
> --
>
>    Victor Ducloux |  Stagiaire
>
>    *c o s m o s b a y ~ v e c t i s*
>
>    Chemin de Saint-Lambert, Actiburo 1, Bâtiment A - 13400 Aubagne -
>    www.cosmosbay-vectis.com
>    Tél. général : +33 4 91 87 81 08 - Fax : +33 4 91 87 81 09
>
>

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