Hi,

I am Avinash Mangipudi. I am learning JMeter at the moment. I am currently working for Larsen and Toubro Infotech at Bengaluru, India. There are a lot of load generation tools out there in the wild. Ability to generate as much load as needed and ability to modify the tool are 2 powerful concepts, and JMeter provides both, for free.

Hats off to you JMeter.

Parametrisation http://jmeterworld.wordpress.com/2008/12/16/simple-parameterization-in-jmeter/

Correlation http://90kts.com/blog/2008/jmeter-tips-and-tricks-correlating-with-regular-expressions/

Used the below JavaRequest approach to test webmethods integration server services.

http://perflab.blogspot.com/2009/09/writing-jmeter-tests-using-javarequest.html

There' s a book out there and it seems to be available in India.

http://www.flipkart.com/apache-jmeter-emily-h-halili/8184045778-aw23fu0zoc

in non gui mode,using a proxy, run a test and log results.

jmeter -n -t test1.jmx -l logtest1.jtl -H 198.162.1.1 -P 8000

Video Tutorials by Jörg Erdmenger http://vimeo.com/4025715 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI6u5pclYIw

mangipudi (last edited 2010-05-27 17:21:21 by Avinash)