Hi, I'm committer in JMeter Plugins project ( http://code.google.com/p/jmeter-plugins/) and would like to add in our charts relative time. For this, I need to get the test start time. Could it be possible to store this value in the StandardJMeterEngine object with a static getter ? Thanks and
Hi, Thanks for sharing the screenshots! You are right, Apache-extras is a right choice for an ASF member! We have already our own ms vs time charts anyway. Feel free to look at them if you want some ideas for yours! Regards, Stephane On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 4:12 AM, Milamber milam...@apache.org
Hi, If I try to stop a running test using Shutdown, it never stops (even if thread count is reduced till 0) and the windows stays open. I have to close it and call stop to have the top left green box back to gray. Can someone confirm this? JMeter 2.5.1 r1174406, win xp sp3 32bits, jdk 1.6.
Stéphane Hoblingre stephane.hoblin...@gmail.com Hi, If I try to stop a running test using Shutdown, it never stops (even if thread count is reduced till 0) and the windows stays open. I have to close it and call stop to have the top left green box back to gray. Can someone confirm this? JMeter
=51880 and submitted a patch. Can you test to tell if it's OK for you ? Regards Philippe Mouawad 2011/9/23 Stéphane Hoblingre stephane.hoblin...@gmail.com One update: The shutdown command is not working if I invoke it before all the thread are started. eg. If I start 20 thread and call
Great! Thanks! Stef On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 5:24 PM, sebb seb...@gmail.com wrote: 2011/9/23 Stéphane Hoblingre stephane.hoblin...@gmail.com: Thanks for the quick response! Yes it is a new issue, it was working fine in 2.5. Thanks for reviewing and reporting it. It was a side effect
Dear JMeter dev team, I have an evolution request for JMeter which will help plugin developers. In our plugins, we implemented one component using TestBeans. We have now rewrote this component and use regular test elements, so we need to hide the previous one from jmeter add menus (backward jmx
rules, without having to modify the properties file. Thanks and Regards, Stef 2011/11/9 Stéphane Hoblingre stephane.hoblin...@gmail.com Thank you Sebb for your quick response! I know about not_in_menu configuration, but we would like to avoid JMeter users to edit propertie file from JMeter