We are trying something new – videos! Saurabh Chhabra, a Qxf2 employee, has put together a fantastic video to get started with JMeter in less than 30 minutes. Saurabh covers a whole range of JMeter topics like installation, test plans, thread groups, configuration elements, samplers, assertions, listeners, handling parameters and a whole host of JMeter gotchas. The application under test is Wikipedia. The load test example is for the login action. Enjoy!
I want to find out what conditions produce remarkable software. A few years ago, I chose to work as the first professional tester at a startup. I successfully won credibility for testers and established a world-class team. I have lead the testing for early versions of multiple products. Today, I run Qxf2 Services. Qxf2 provides software testing services for startups. If you are interested in what Qxf2 offers or simply want to talk about testing, you can contact me at: [email protected] I like testing, math, chess and dogs.
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Im using selenium for functional testing and Jmeter for load testing with integrating both the tools. Now i need to know is there a possibility to integrate testrail with the Jmeter by updating the jmeter test results via testrail.
Mohan, I have not personally tried integrating Jmeter with TestRail. We are a Python shop and use Locust for our performance tests. However, I noticed the Gurock forums have a discussion around integrating Jmeter with TestRail that could help you: