JMeter Load Test for Capturing response time of Image

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JMeter Load Test for Capturing response time of Image

Nayak, Soumya R.
Hi All,

I have scenario for a web application.
The scenario is whenever an event is triggered two images are retrieved from the server and stays in the browser cache.
Now when a user logs in he sees the first image only ,and once he does some operations on the first image and submits immediately the second image shows up.
So my requirement is to calculate the response time of the second image which comes in a fraction of seconds from the cache.

How can I achieve it through JMeter?


Regards,
Soumya

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Re: JMeter Load Test for Capturing response time of Image

Felix Schumacher
Am 22.03.2018 um 07:18 schrieb Nayak, Soumya R.:
> Hi All,
>
> I have scenario for a web application.
> The scenario is whenever an event is triggered two images are retrieved from the server and stays in the browser cache.
> Now when a user logs in he sees the first image only ,and once he does some operations on the first image and submits immediately the second image shows up.
> So my requirement is to calculate the response time of the second image which comes in a fraction of seconds from the cache.
>
> How can I achieve it through JMeter?
This seems to be a client action (probably JavaScript or CSS triggered).
JMeter is probably not the right tool for such a task. It is used to
simulate the requests/respones to the server. The client side will
depend too much on the specific browser, which JMeter doesn't emulate
nor tries to.

Selenium and friends are probably a better choice for client side action
tests.

Regards,
 ¬†Felix

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RE: JMeter Load Test for Capturing response time of Image

Nirdesh Pachoriya
I believe, here when image is downloaded into browser cache, we can look forward to other tools which offers better insight into page analysis.

Few tool that can be looked into could be like Developer tool bar or WebpageTest .

Regards,
Nirdesh M Pachoriya

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Am 22.03.2018 um 07:18 schrieb Nayak, Soumya R.:
> Hi All,
>
> I have scenario for a web application.
> The scenario is whenever an event is triggered two images are retrieved from the server and stays in the browser cache.
> Now when a user logs in he sees the first image only ,and once he does some operations on the first image and submits immediately the second image shows up.
> So my requirement is to calculate the response time of the second image which comes in a fraction of seconds from the cache.
>
> How can I achieve it through JMeter?
This seems to be a client action (probably JavaScript or CSS triggered).
JMeter is probably not the right tool for such a task. It is used to simulate the requests/respones to the server. The client side will depend too much on the specific browser, which JMeter doesn't emulate nor tries to.

Selenium and friends are probably a better choice for client side action tests.

Regards,
  Felix

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