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Managing several JMeter tests at once

Doug Coughler

Greetings!

 

What would you folks recommend for managing several JMeter tests at the same time?  We are currently using ALM and UFT, and want something similar for our JMeter tests.  Basically, something that would allow us to quickly and easily create test suites encompassing multiple test plans.  The test plans would also likely be used in multiple test suites.

 

Any suggestions?

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Re: Managing several JMeter tests at once

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you can try ant. http://ant.apache.org/

Put some JMX files(your JMeter test plan) in one path as a test suit, then use ant build them.

 

 

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Greetings!

 

What would you folks recommend for managing several JMeter tests at the same time?  We are currently using ALM and UFT, and want something similar for our JMeter tests.  Basically, something that would allow us to quickly and easily create test suites encompassing multiple test plans.  The test plans would also likely be used in multiple test suites.

 

Any suggestions?

Harriscomputer

Doug Coughler
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P: 613-226-5511 x2229
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Re: Managing several JMeter tests at once

Andrew Burton
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I typically construct test suites using fragments, where each fragment
would work as a standalone business process.

For example, using a flight booking website:

Test Plan
+- "Purchase flights" test group
    +- Login fragment
    +- Book flight fragment
    +- Purchase flight fragment
    +- Logout fragment
+- "Search" test group
    +- Anonymous flight search fragment
etc

Each fragment is a separate JMX script, where each can be run individually
or as part of a larger test, and that's how I can build multiple scripts
into a "test suite" which could be considered as a "parent" JMX.

That way you can run via the GUI as a shakeout run, and via the command
line for a full test (using properties to define the thread group users,
duration and pacing).

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> Greetings!
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> What would you folks recommend for managing several JMeter tests at the
> same time?  We are currently using ALM and UFT, and want something similar
> for our JMeter tests.  Basically, something that would allow us to quickly
> and easily create test suites encompassing multiple test plans.  The test
> plans would also likely be used in multiple test suites.
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>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Harriscomputer
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> *Doug Coughler*
> Quality Assurance Analyst
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