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cvs commit: jakarta-jmeter/xdocs/usermanual component_reference.xml

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sebb        2005/06/04 17:52:10

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               xdocs/usermanual component_reference.xml
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  Update JDBC Sampler screenshot and text description
 
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   <component name="JDBC Request" index="16.1.3" screenshot="gen-controller/jdbc-request.gif">
   
   <description><p>This sampler lets you send an JDBC Request (an SQL query) to a database.</p>
  -<p>If you are going to send multiple requests to the same database, consider
  -using one or more of the Defaults Configuration Elements:
  -<complink name="JDBC Connection Configuration"/>,
  -<complink name="JDBC SQL Query Defaults"/>.
  -This way, you do not have to enter the same information for each JDBC Request
  -controller.</p></description>
  +<p>Before using this you need to set up a
  +<complink name="JDBC Connection Configuration"/> Configuration element
  +</p></description>
   
   <properties>
           <property name="Name" required="No">Descriptive name for this controller that is shown in the tree.</property>
  -        <property name="JDBC URL" required="Yes">URL of the database (for example,
  -"jdbc:weblogic:oracle"). Refer to your database's JDBC documentation for the
  -URL you should use.</property>
  -        <property name="Driver Class" required="Yes">The database driver Java class (for example,
  -"weblogic.jdbc.oci.Driver"). Refer to your database's JDBC documentation for
  -the name of the JDBC driver class you should use.</property>
  -        <property name="Username" required="Usually (database dependent)">FTP account username.</property>
  -        <property name="Password" required="Usually (database dependent)">FTP account password.</property>
  -        <property name="Number of Connections in Pool" required="Yes">Number of database connection
  -instances to create and keep active. The maximum value depends on your database.
  -Also, JMeter imposes a maximum of 100 connections.</property>
  -        <property name="Max Usage For Each Connection" required="Yes">Maximum number of times JMeter
  -uses a database connection instance before recycling it (destroying and creating
  -a new instance).</property>
  -        <property name="SQL Query String" required="Yes">SQL query (for example, "select * from t_customers").</property>
  + <property name="Variable Name" required="Yes">Name of the JMeter variable that the connection pool is bound to</property>
  + <property name="Query Only" required="Yes">Set this to true for Selects, otherwise False</property>
  +        <property name="SQL Query" required="Yes">SQL query (for example, "select * from t_customers").</property>
   </properties>
   
   <links>
 
 
 

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