Author: Aditi Varshney

Jmeter-Extract data using Postprocessor Part-I

Reading Time: 3 minutes Jmeter is used to perform load testing. I have already discussed how it is easier and how can we use Jmeter in my earlier blogs. So let’s move some common problems of JMeter.Actually not a problem, but for many us it is difficult to extract data in Jmeter. Sometimes in Jmeter, we need to pass the data in the request externally. There are many options Continue Reading

Postman-Extract value from the JSON object array

Reading Time: 3 minutes Most of us are using postman for automating the Rest API. In automating the requests, we need to pass the data in many requests in different forms. It will be in the datasheet/excel form, database and also sometimes need to extract data from JSON response of any request. Postman lets you write scripts that run before/after you receive a response from the server. The pre-request Continue Reading

Recording of Jmeter Script Part-2

Reading Time: 4 minutes In my 1st blog, we come to know about the JMeter.Why should we choose Jmeter for performance testing as it is easier to use. In the 2nd blog, we learn how to record the JMeter request using BlazeMeter extension which was the 1st part of Recording of Jmeter Script. Here in this blog, we will learn the 2nd way of Jmeter request recording-Using Jmeter Proxy. Continue Reading

Recording of Jmeter Script Part -1

Reading Time: 3 minutes Nowadays our life in this innovative era is driven by web application. With such a growing significance of web applications,there is also a requirement to conduct performance testing. So in this blog we will learn to create/record  the script for load testing. Here we will record the script in two different ways. Using Blazemeter Extension. Using Jmeter Proxy. Now to record the script using jmeter Continue Reading

How Easier the Performance Testing with Jmeter.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Many developers were struggling with HP LoadRunner/Performance Center. To overcome these difficulties, it’s important to utilize easy to use testing tools. If the testing tool is user-friendly for the developers/testers, they will use it and explore its possibilities. If it’s difficult to incorporate in the daily work, only a small fraction of developers/testers will use this testing tool. The others will either ignore it or Continue Reading