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Message resources in extensions

Chad La Joie-2
Well, thanks to Mike's and Peter's document on creating JMeter plugins I
now have a working plugin.  However, I have one outstanding issue.  I'd
like to be able to bundle a message property file with my extension
instead of instructing people to crack open the core JMeter jar and
editing the main message property file.  Is this possible?  If so, how
do I go about doing it?
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Re: Message resources in extensions

Michael Stover
If you followed the instructions (in the tutorial) for the TestBean
interface, you would have had to make a separate message resource file.

-Mike

On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 08:08 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:
> Well, thanks to Mike's and Peter's document on creating JMeter plugins I
> now have a working plugin.  However, I have one outstanding issue.  I'd
> like to be able to bundle a message property file with my extension
> instead of instructing people to crack open the core JMeter jar and
> editing the main message property file.  Is this possible?  If so, how
> do I go about doing it?


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Re: Message resources in extensions

Chad La Joie-2
Okay, sorry, I thought that was part of the special section on
visualizer plugins.  Some additional introduction context might help,
just some words about what the TestBean framework is meant to accomplish
or something.

Michael Stover wrote:

> If you followed the instructions (in the tutorial) for the TestBean
> interface, you would have had to make a separate message resource file.
>
> -Mike
>
> On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 08:08 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:
>
>>Well, thanks to Mike's and Peter's document on creating JMeter plugins I
>>now have a working plugin.  However, I have one outstanding issue.  I'd
>>like to be able to bundle a message property file with my extension
>>instead of instructing people to crack open the core JMeter jar and
>>editing the main message property file.  Is this possible?  If so, how
>>do I go about doing it?
>
>
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Re: Message resources in extensions

Chad La Joie-2
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Okay, now I see what one of my problems was.  These directions are
written against the JMeter CVS HEAD, not the 2.0.3 release which is what
I was developing my extension against.  Is the CVS HEAD stable enough to
use that it would be a good idea to write my extensions against it given
that I need to do some serious server hammering in a couple of days?  Or
would you recommend that for right now I just develop against 2.0.3 and
port to the TestBean stuff later?

Michael Stover wrote:

> If you followed the instructions (in the tutorial) for the TestBean
> interface, you would have had to make a separate message resource file.
>
> -Mike
>
> On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 08:08 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:
>
>>Well, thanks to Mike's and Peter's document on creating JMeter plugins I
>>now have a working plugin.  However, I have one outstanding issue.  I'd
>>like to be able to bundle a message property file with my extension
>>instead of instructing people to crack open the core JMeter jar and
>>editing the main message property file.  Is this possible?  If so, how
>>do I go about doing it?
>
>
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Re: Message resources in extensions

Michael Stover
IMO, you should code against HEAD.  The only thing stopping us from
release JMeter 2.1 at this point is some documentation, I think.  In
fact, I'd say a release candidate release at this time would probably be
helpful.

-Mike

On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 10:04 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:

> Okay, now I see what one of my problems was.  These directions are
> written against the JMeter CVS HEAD, not the 2.0.3 release which is what
> I was developing my extension against.  Is the CVS HEAD stable enough to
> use that it would be a good idea to write my extensions against it given
> that I need to do some serious server hammering in a couple of days?  Or
> would you recommend that for right now I just develop against 2.0.3 and
> port to the TestBean stuff later?
>
> Michael Stover wrote:
> > If you followed the instructions (in the tutorial) for the TestBean
> > interface, you would have had to make a separate message resource file.
> >
> > -Mike
> >
> > On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 08:08 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:
> >
> >>Well, thanks to Mike's and Peter's document on creating JMeter plugins I
> >>now have a working plugin.  However, I have one outstanding issue.  I'd
> >>like to be able to bundle a message property file with my extension
> >>instead of instructing people to crack open the core JMeter jar and
> >>editing the main message property file.  Is this possible?  If so, how
> >>do I go about doing it?
> >
> >
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Re: Message resources in extensions

Michael Stover
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Oh, I see what you mean.  I will try to get to that :-)

-Mike

On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 09:28 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:

> Okay, sorry, I thought that was part of the special section on
> visualizer plugins.  Some additional introduction context might help,
> just some words about what the TestBean framework is meant to accomplish
> or something.
>
> Michael Stover wrote:
> > If you followed the instructions (in the tutorial) for the TestBean
> > interface, you would have had to make a separate message resource file.
> >
> > -Mike
> >
> > On Fri, 2005-05-20 at 08:08 -0400, Chad La Joie wrote:
> >
> >>Well, thanks to Mike's and Peter's document on creating JMeter plugins I
> >>now have a working plugin.  However, I have one outstanding issue.  I'd
> >>like to be able to bundle a message property file with my extension
> >>instead of instructing people to crack open the core JMeter jar and
> >>editing the main message property file.  Is this possible?  If so, how
> >>do I go about doing it?
> >
> >
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