Script developed in version 3.2 is not working in 4.0

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Script developed in version 3.2 is not working in 4.0

Nayak, Soumya R.

Hi All,

 

I had developed a  script using the “Test Script Recorder” using JMeter 3.2 version. But now when I am trying to use the same script in JMeter 4.0 it’s not working but its working fine in 3.2 version

Below are the screenshots of errors I am getting. Can anybody please help . I have also attached the logs.

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Regards,

Ranjan


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Re: Script developed in version 3.2 is not working in 4.0

Felix Schumacher


Am 26. Juni 2018 15:02:08 MESZ schrieb "Nayak, Soumya R." <[hidden email]>:
>Hi All,
>
>I had developed a  script using the "Test Script Recorder" using JMeter
>3.2 version. But now when I am trying to use the same script in JMeter
>4.0 it's not working but its working fine in 3.2 version
>Below are the screenshots of errors I am getting. Can anybody please

It is better to include error messages as text. Images tend to get stripped by the mailing list.

>help . I have also attached the logs.
>Screenshot 1 of 2
>[cid:image001.jpg@01D40D7B.F7248050]

This seems to be a problem with a third party plugin. It could be caused by a newer XML parser that jmeter 4.0 uses. Ease contact the author of the plugin.

>
>Screenshot 2 of 2:
>[cid:image002.jpg@01D40D7B.F7248050]

This is an error message, that is about a missing or wrong encoding information.
Could you give more details about the sampler and show the captured header information from a run with version 3 and version 4?

Regards,
Felix

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>Regards,
>Ranjan
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