Search everywhere only in this topic. Advanced Search. Classic List Threaded. Wolfgang Wyremba. If this is the right solution to my problem, can someone share with me how to connect the csv file with the JDBC sampler? What should be file format of the csv file and what do I have to configure in the csv data set config and JDBC sampler?
Any help is much appreciated. Thanks, wywo. Oliver Lloyd. In reply to this post by Oliver Lloyd. Apart from that, as it stands this should work. Try moving the View Results Tree Listener from where it is as a child of the JDBC request to the top of the testplan, that way you will see results for everything. Then add a Debug Request, that will show more information.
Thanks for your help - I now have some improvements. Therefore, I added a dummy-column in my SQL script file. However, there is one problem again: Only the first SQL statement of the textfile gets executed - the others do not get executed. I am not sure, why JMeter does not fetch row after row of the textfile and does not execute all statement. The debugging info also did not show me any more information about that. Do you have any other hints to solve this issue?
That must have come from the CSV file - did you create it with a text editor, or a word-processor? Yes, you can pass a variable directly into the SQL statement itself. Sounds like a good solution to me, there may be others, but this would certainly work and actually, probably isn't all that hard. What exactly is it that is causing you trouble?
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I'm creating a Thread Groupand before sample execution want to seed the database with test data. I insert multiple insert queries into the pre-processor but it looks like it doesn't create an entry in database. I tried to replace the pre-processor with multiple samples - and everything is fine.
Current design is "one element - one query", however you can try using UNION operator to merge 2 or more queries into one. Also if you need to populate the database with test data I would recommend going for setUp Thread Group. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ask Question.
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For info for JMeter beginners like me. I downloaded jdbc driver from Microsoft site, but it didnt work for me. Then I copy-pasted the sqljdbc4.
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JMeter then worked. Dear Sir, I followed same method mentioned here. But My Jmeter is not making any connections to the database. DataSourceElement: Could not return Connection java.
Exception: Could not create enough Components to service your request Timed out. Hi I want to learn more on Jmeter.
Can I have your skype ID to do the above. My mail ID is chinmay. In Result tree, i am getting error so i am unable to view other reports like, Response Assertion, Duration Assertion and size. Dear all, Sorry for not giving reply lately as I was very very busy with my professional life and work. Mritunjay: Can you send me screen-shot of the error message. But I do not have any video. Regards Ashik. Thanks, R. This is really helpful information.
I have a client which need to know performace of SQL store procedure Or you say say time required to create one invoice. I have tried with correlation method but no success. Please suggest if anybody have faced this issue.In this section, you will learn how to create a basic Test Plan to test a database server.
You will create fifty users that send 2 SQL requests to the database server. Also, you will tell the users to run their tests times. The Thread Group tells JMeter the number of users you want to simulate, how often the users should send requests, and how many requests they should send. You should now see the Thread Group element under Test Plan.
If you do not see the element, then expand the Test Plan tree by clicking on the Test Plan element. Next, you need to modify the default properties. Select the Thread Group element in the tree, if you have not already selected it.
Start by providing a more descriptive name for our Thread Group. In the next field, the Ramp-Up Period, leave the value of 10 seconds. This property tells JMeter how long to delay between starting each user.
For example, if you enter a Ramp-Up Period of 10 seconds, JMeter will finish starting all of your users by the end of the 10 seconds.
If you set the value to 0, then JMeter will immediately start all of your users. Finally, enter a value of in the Loop Count field. This property tells JMeter how many times to repeat your test. Now that we have defined our users, it is time to define the tasks that they will be performing. In this section, you will specify the JDBC requests to perform. Then, select this new element to view its Control Panel see Figure 6.
It only takes a minute to sign up. I got a job to do load testing on database. The problem is I have 3 queries that need to run one after another to get the result as below sequence. I am not sure how to do that. I tried to run all the queries together getting an error. If anyone has encountered the same scenario please let me know how to make this work.
So if you need to execute 3 queries and measure the cumulative time just put them under Transaction Controller like:. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.JMeter tutorial 15 - Database performance testing - How to create Database Test Plan - JDBC Request
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Jmeter fails to start. Let's write our first database test plan for testing queries using jdbc. So here are the steps. The screenshots are provided below. The steps are as follows: Right click on Test Plan in left-hand side pane. And add a thread group. In the right-hand side pane, set a name for thread-group eg.
JDBC Test. Keep default values in other fields. There is no save or update button. Any changes you make are instantly applied when you move away from the eleent. In the the right-hand pane, add a name for the sampler eg. In the Query Type field, retain the default value "Select Statement". In teh duwery field, put the query you want to test. In this jdbc config element, add the pool name same name myPool used above db url driver name, username and password as shown in the image.
Keep the default values in other fields. You will need to restart JMeter after adding this jar file for the classpath to get reloaded.
Now in order to view the test results, you need a Listener. We will use a tabular listener. Give it a name and let other fields keep default value. Just hit the start button green arrow head from the menu bar. In the View Results in Table page, the result will be displayed. It will contain timestamp, response time, response size in bytes etc. Top of page. Image 2 : Give a name to thread-group. Image 8 : Give a name to listener and run the test. Image 9 : Check result of test. Recommended Articles 'tr' command 'cut' command JSP Spy-memcached, java client for memcached 'grep' command Spy-memcached, java client for memcached 'mkdir' command Mockito 'mkdir' command 'uniq' command.Select the Test Plan element.
Note the connection count and timeout values are already defaulted in. We simply need to add a connection pool name, as well as the database connection string and class name as shown below. You may wish to edit the Max Number of Connections value if you plan to have a large number of simultaneous connections to your database. If not specified in the connection URL, the server name must be specified in the properties collection.
If not specified, a connection to the default instance is made. The default is Set integratedSecurity to true to indicate that Windows credentials will be used by SQL Server to authenticate the user of the application. If set to truethe JDBC driver searches the local computer credential cache for Windows credentials that were provided at the computer or network logon.
As far as I know there is no easy way to specify an alternate set of Windows credentials, making it very hard to use a service account in your testing. Explicitly specifying an alternate username and password in the JDBC Configuration element does not work. If the integratedSecurity property is missing or set to false the driver will require explicit username and password properties, which it will then use to attempt a SQL Server Authentication connection to the database.
Again, most of the values are defaulted in. We simply need to add the connection pool name, as well as the database connection information as shown below.
Note that for Windows authentication this driver requires us to explicitly specify the domain name as well as a username and password.
This means we can use any set of Windows credentials. We can use our own network login credentials, or use service account credentials.
Enter the same database pool name that was used in the JDBC Connection Configuration element above and then add the same simple SQL query command specified in the Microsoft driver request. At this point we almost ready to run our test. But before we do that we need to verify one more thing. This dll comes in x86 and x64 flavors and you need to ensure your driver is accessing the correct version.
Edit the jmeter. After restarting JMeter and reloading the test plan, press the run button.