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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Rahul Mehta
> Hi Team,
>
> I am working on open issues of Jmeter. Below is the list which we can
> improve in upcoming release of jmeter. If this sounds good then I will
> share the approach for same.
>
> 1  Auto-correlation plugin.
> 2. Recommended to run load test in non gui mode. All instance of jmeter
> will be closed while running jmeter load.
> 3. If you are trying to copy an element suppose regex extractor, from a
> script open in one version of jmeter to a scriptscript,  open in another
> version will through error.
> 4. Manual renaming of recording log is required in the view result tree of
> https test script recoder in order to save it or else it gets merged with
> the default log(recording.xml).
>
> Looking forward for your kind response.
>
>
>
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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Flavio da Silveira Pepino
Auto-correlation would be great! I'ts the main lack of feature of Jmeter
compared to proprietary tools.

Em sex, 4 de out de 2019 às 18:09, Rahul Mehta <[hidden email]>
escreveu:

> > Hi Team,
> >
> > I am working on open issues of Jmeter. Below is the list which we can
> > improve in upcoming release of jmeter. If this sounds good then I will
> > share the approach for same.
> >
> > 1  Auto-correlation plugin.
> > 2. Recommended to run load test in non gui mode. All instance of jmeter
> > will be closed while running jmeter load.
> > 3. If you are trying to copy an element suppose regex extractor, from a
> > script open in one version of jmeter to a scriptscript,  open in another
> > version will through error.
> > 4. Manual renaming of recording log is required in the view result tree
> of
> > https test script recoder in order to save it or else it gets merged with
> > the default log(recording.xml).
> >
> > Looking forward for your kind response.
> >
> >
> >
>
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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Rahul Mehta
Yes, this feature is not available in jmeter currently. Though other
proprietary tools support currently, we can develop this feature and
integrate with jmeter in upcoming release.

Please have a look on other listed issues as well. I think this will make
easy our for automation in performance testing.



On Saturday, October 5, 2019, Flavio da Silveira Pepino <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Auto-correlation would be great! I'ts the main lack of feature of Jmeter
> compared to proprietary tools.
>
> Em sex, 4 de out de 2019 às 18:09, Rahul Mehta <[hidden email]>
> escreveu:
>
> > > Hi Team,
> > >
> > > I am working on open issues of Jmeter. Below is the list which we can
> > > improve in upcoming release of jmeter. If this sounds good then I will
> > > share the approach for same.
> > >
> > > 1  Auto-correlation plugin.
> > > 2. Recommended to run load test in non gui mode. All instance of jmeter
> > > will be closed while running jmeter load.
> > > 3. If you are trying to copy an element suppose regex extractor, from a
> > > script open in one version of jmeter to a scriptscript,  open in
> another
> > > version will through error.
> > > 4. Manual renaming of recording log is required in the view result tree
> > of
> > > https test script recoder in order to save it or else it gets merged
> with
> > > the default log(recording.xml).
> > >
> > > Looking forward for your kind response.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
>
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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Vladimir Sitnikov
Rahul, have you seen https://github.com/apache/jmeter/pull/499 ?

Is your suggestion different? Is it the same?

Vladimir
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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Rahul Mehta
Hi Vladimir,

Thanks for showing the interest.

Yes, I have seen this PR. The approach shared in PR 499 is somewhat similar
to other proprietary tools.

My approach is different from that.

Also, I would request you to review others open points as well, which I
listed below.


Regards,
Rahul



On Saturday, October 5, 2019, Vladimir Sitnikov <[hidden email]>
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> Rahul, have you seen https://github.com/apache/jmeter/pull/499 ?
>
> Is your suggestion different? Is it the same?
>
> Vladimir
>
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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Vladimir Sitnikov
>Also, I would request you to review others open points as well, which I
listed below.

You raise valid points, however, it is hard to review since you've provided
just a short summary.

If you are interested in improving Apache JMeter, I would recommend create
multiple discussions on the dev mailing list.
In other words, please use one thread per feature.

Vladimir
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Re: New features for Jmeter( Enhancement and open issues)

Rahul Mehta
Hi Vladimir,

Thanks for understanding.

Sure, I  will use different thread for all features along with approaches
and share in dev mailing list.

Regards,
Rahul

On Monday, October 7, 2019, Vladimir Sitnikov <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> >Also, I would request you to review others open points as well, which I
> listed below.
>
> You raise valid points, however, it is hard to review since you've provided
> just a short summary.
>
> If you are interested in improving Apache JMeter, I would recommend create
> multiple discussions on the dev mailing list.
> In other words, please use one thread per feature.
>
> Vladimir
>