In this blog we will learn about “JMeter Script Recording Configuration through blazemeter”
The Blazemeter chrome extension is free tool. It enables you to Record, Browse, Upload, and Run your testing scripts. This chrome extension Support recording JMX, JSON or YML files for running in Jmeter. BlazeMeter Chrome extension records all of the HTTP/S requests that your browser sends.
Now, let’s start about JMeter Script Recording Configuration through blazemeter. we understand it by different state.
Create a test Plan
Add a Thread Group
- Right-click on Test Plan
- Mouse over Add >
- Mouse over Threads (Users) >
- Click on Thread Group
Set the Thread Group properties with the following values:
- Number of Threads (users): Set this to 100.
- Ramp-Up Period (in seconds): Set this to 2.
- Loop Count: Leave this set to 1.
Add the Blazemeter Extension in Chrome
Now we have to add the extension in chrome. So for this click here to add the extension in chrome. Then click on the Add to chrome button. As per shown in the below snapshot.
Login/signup in Blazemeter
Having click on Add to chrome button it get added in the chrome browser. Then you will see the icon of blazemeter in the right side of browser. Now click on that icon. it will ask you to login/signup. if you have already account then click on login. And if you don’t have account then click on signup to create the account.
Click on login/signup it will redirect to account page. Here fill the detail to make login.
Start recording through blazemeter
After making you can start testing of your site. For this you have to Enter the test name and then click on start record button. Blazemeter provides the features to Stop and pause the recording. After stop the recording you will get an option to download/save the recorded part. click on save button and download the recorded part.
Jmeter recorded view.
Now open the downloaded file in jmeter. For this go to the jmeter and navigate the path file>open. Now next select the recorded file and then click on open button.
Further you will see the recorded part in the jmeter
Above in the snapshot you can see the recorded of site.
That’s all about JMeter Script Recording Configuration through blazemeter
Thanks for reading. I hope it will help you.