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Passing response to Jmeter directly ( No .jmx needed)

Prateek Dua
Hey Guys,

Need your help in automating Jmeter performance suite in integration with
the code directly *i.e. reading request & directly passing response to
Jmeter without reading from .jmx file.*

1. lets take one repo for ex - abc company code base.

2. Dev Integration suite run automatically moment developer commit code in
the git repo with the help of hooks.

3. *In continuation - we want our Jmeter suite trigger automatically based
on request/response received from the API integration suite via proxy. *

4. Captured API response shall get executed for set performance test
scenario via Jmeter.


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Re: Passing response to Jmeter directly ( No .jmx needed)

Felix Schumacher


Am 04.07.2018 um 15:40 schrieb Prateek Dua:
> Hey Guys,
>
> Need your help in automating Jmeter performance suite in integration with
> the code directly *i.e. reading request & directly passing response to
> Jmeter without reading from .jmx file.*
I don't understand, what you want, so I place a few questions below in
the hope, that the answers you give to those will make your plans
clearer (to me).

>
> 1. lets take one repo for ex - abc company code base.
You mean a code repository in something like git or subversion where
your developers commit their code to?
I guess this is the code for one product that you want to get
load/stress/functional tested, right?

>
> 2. Dev Integration suite run automatically moment developer commit code in
> the git repo with the help of hooks.
Is this done by some "standard" tool like jenkins?
>
> 3. *In continuation - we want our Jmeter suite trigger automatically based
> on request/response received from the API integration suite via proxy. *
This is the point that I don't get at all. Which API integration and
what proxy is meant here? How do they work together and to what JMeter
suite do you refer? Try to explain this step a bit more.

>
> 4. Captured API response shall get executed for set performance test
> scenario via Jmeter.
Who or what captures the API calls?

Felix
>
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Re: Passing response to Jmeter directly ( No .jmx needed)

Prateek Dua
hey Felix,

please find my comments inline

1. lets take one repo for ex - abc company code base.
>
You mean a code repository in something like git or subversion where your
developers commit their code to?
I guess this is the code for one product that you want to get
load/stress/functional tested, right?

< Prateek - Yes a code repo of git & from this we want their Api to get
load tested >


> 2. Dev Integration suite run automatically moment developer commit code in
> the git repo with the help of hooks.
>
Is this done by some "standard" tool like jenkins?

< Prateek - Yes .. Webhooks sync with Jenkins >


3. *In continuation - we want our Jmeter suite trigger automatically based
> on request/response received from the API integration suite via proxy. *
>
This is the point that I don't get at all. Which API integration and what
proxy is meant here? How do they work together and to what JMeter suite do
you refer? Try to explain this step a bit more.

4. Captured API response shall get executed for set performance test
> scenario via Jmeter.
>
Who or what captures the API calls?

< Prateek - Dev Integration Suite ( Api) as stated in above Step 2. By
Proxy we meant proxy set at Application ( System) level that will capture
request & response of Api.
   Further we want captured requests by Proxy to send to Jmeter directly &
then instruct Jmeter to run test on these requests.















On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 7:58 PM, Felix Schumacher <
[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
> Am 04.07.2018 um 15:40 schrieb Prateek Dua:
>
>> Hey Guys,
>>
>> Need your help in automating Jmeter performance suite in integration with
>> the code directly *i.e. reading request & directly passing response to
>> Jmeter without reading from .jmx file.*
>>
> I don't understand, what you want, so I place a few questions below in the
> hope, that the answers you give to those will make your plans clearer (to
> me).
>
>
>> 1. lets take one repo for ex - abc company code base.
>>
> You mean a code repository in something like git or subversion where your
> developers commit their code to?
> I guess this is the code for one product that you want to get
> load/stress/functional tested, right?
>
>
>> 2. Dev Integration suite run automatically moment developer commit code in
>> the git repo with the help of hooks.
>>
> Is this done by some "standard" tool like jenkins?
>
>>
>> 3. *In continuation - we want our Jmeter suite trigger automatically based
>> on request/response received from the API integration suite via proxy. *
>>
> This is the point that I don't get at all. Which API integration and what
> proxy is meant here? How do they work together and to what JMeter suite do
> you refer? Try to explain this step a bit more.
>
>
>> 4. Captured API response shall get executed for set performance test
>> scenario via Jmeter.
>>
> Who or what captures the API calls?
>
> Felix
>
>>
>>
>>
>
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