Venkat Matta

it's all about the Performance Testing

Blazemeter Recording

BlazeMeter also provides a GUI-based recorder as a Chrome extension which is quite a bit easier to use than the JMeter proxy, and better handles things like SSL, and that can export the script to JMeter’s JMX format for further editing and customization. You can even run a load test right there in the Chrome extension, which makes it a full-blown solution implemented as a sidebar in your browser, no other apps required.

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Record a Test

  1. Once installed, click the BlazeMeter icon on your chrome browser.
  2. If your browser isn’t logged into your BlazeMeter account, click Login. If you don’t have an account, simply register for a free BlazeMeter account
  3. Give your test a name.
  4. Include the data for the filter pattern.
  5. Check and edit the advance options as per your requirements.
  6. Click the ‘Start’ button.
  7. Browse through your application for the business flow that needs to be load tested.
  8. Use the ‘Pause’ button to pause in between recordings or, once you’ve finished recording, click the ‘Stop’ button.
  9. Click the ‘Edit’ button to edit the recording before uploading it. A new window will open with recorded steps.
  10. In the editor window, you’ll have the option to export to a JSON or JMX file and to click the ‘Play’ button to execute it in the cloud.
  11. Click the ‘Export’ button in the Chrome plugin to directly export the recording to a JMeter format.
  12. Click the ‘Play’ button in the Chrome plugin to directly run the recording in the cloud.

NOTE:- If you want to export the .JMX  format , clikc on JMX buttoin and save the script ,so that we can debug the script in jmeter

 

 

 

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This entry was posted on March 22, 2016 by in Blazemeter.
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