In this video, Mike Smith extrapolates the .jtl file within JMeter with different listeners to view data in different ways.
- [Instructor] If I have a .jtl file…from a previous load test…I can view the results of that load test…within JMeter to analyze the results.…Even from a fresh test within JMeter,…if I right click on the test plan…and go to listeners,…I can then choose a listener to display some information…I can then import my previously saved jtl…for results file into this.…I'm going to choose jp@gc response codes per second.…
And I'm going to right click again,…go to listener and go to summary report.…Clicking onto one of these shows me in the context screen…that I have a browse button…that allows me to import a jtl file.…Clicking here allows me to select the jtl file…that I saved earlier.…Doing this shows me the data within that file…displayed how the listener would display it in real time.…This is crucial because data interrogation…is a large part of load testing.…
Finding out when something happened on a website and why…is just as important as putting a site onto load.…
- What is load testing and why do we do it?
- Creating and running load tests
- Improving a test by adding timers and assertions
- Running your load test through the CLI
- Saving CLI results to a .jtl file
- Importing a .jtl file to JMeter graphs
- Creating an HTML dashboard at CLI runtime