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    the artefacts change from version to version so you will need to specify the appropriate artifacts for meter version 2.19
    VINEETHJK
    @VINEETHJK
    I am trying get the results in the jtl format. In the pom.xml I entered "xml" as the value for <jmeter.save.saveservice.output_format> under <propertiesUser>. However, I am getting the error "Error in NonGUIDriver java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Report generation requires csv output format, check 'jmeter.save.saveservice.output_format' property" when I run it. What am I missing here? Can someone please help?
    susheelheeranandani
    @susheelheeranandani
    @Ardesco @afranken @Ronnie76er I have Jmeter zip with all the plugins required for my project.. can I use the same using mvn instead of downloading it again ? how ?
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    no you can't
    maven manages the dependencies for a maven project so you have to put them in you r maven file
    not much point in using maven if you aren't going to have maven to manage the dependencies to be honest
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    Hi i want to publish
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    Publish what
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    Html
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    You’re going to have to give me a bit more detail about what you are trying to do and what your problem is
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    I have jmeter maven plugin 2.7.0
    I want to publish html report
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    But i am getting path on which html report is made
    On which path html report is made
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    Maven version is 3.2.3

    also have this same use case, trying to publish the report in Jenkins with HTML Publisher plugin. tarting process with:[java, -Xms512M, -Xmx512M, -jar, ApacheJMeter-4.0.jar, -d, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter, -e, -j, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/logs/Jmeter.jmx.log, -l, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/results/Jmeter.csv, -n, -o, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/reports/Jmeter_20190130_051346, -t, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/testFiles/Jmeter.jmx]

    What to use to get html report in HTML Publisher plugin... Please suggest HTML directory to archive & Index page[s]

    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco

    Sound like you need to update to the latest version of the plugin which creates a fixed path for reports:

    https://github.com/jmeter-maven-plugin/jmeter-maven-plugin/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

    (See 2.8.2 release notes)
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    I have old maven version
    3.2.3
    Can i explicity set maven version in pom
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    No maven is installed on your machine, you would need to install an updated version of Maven
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    Is it possible from old maven only as jenkins box is shared.
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    You can try it and see, we won’t have tested it against that old version so YMMV
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    Hii
    Mark
    I have upragred the maven verion in jenkins
    What path i should give in html directory to archive & indes page namr
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    Anybody can help??
    I got report but its empty nothing except time and source file which is in csv
    tarun gupta
    @tarung121
    ??
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    would need more info, what are the plugin settings in your POM for example, what are the settings in Jenkins and what is in the directory Jenkins is looking in?
    ViJay
    @namvjsai

    Hi guys, I recently started using the plugin. really helpful for sure but I have been seeing a few challenges.

    #1. test results out from the maven plugin are not just same when compared with the same test script executed via JMeter client. anyone seen similar ? or noticed the other way around.

    #2. I'm wondering if I can control dashboard report generation after the execution. the usecase is: I wanted to run 10 test scenarios via Jenkins on a single job by providing 10 multiple builds( definitely not parallel) - report generation of each test execution should be generated independent. So each time if the build is triggered - each test should run and create the report one after another for 10 times. Any suggestions will be helpful.

    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    For #1 they should be the same assuming the JVM settings are the same
    For #2 that would sound like 10 subsequent runs, it’s possible to do via Jenkins by making your build run the plugin 10 times in one job with slightly different command line options to change the specified test
    ViJay
    @namvjsai
    jmeter-client-cli-maven-execution-summary.JPG
    ViJay
    @namvjsai
    Thanks for the response Mark!, please see the screenshot about the different results through diff. test executions. Infact JVM xms and xmx values are higher for jmeter-maven(1g&1g) when compared to Client(500m&1g).
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    Well there’s your answer then
    Try running with the same settings in both and see how you get on
    ViJay
    @namvjsai
    Of Course, I tried that but it doesn't help. There's quite a lot of difference in the results.
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    What happens if you set the Xms and xmx to the same values In both instances
    Bear in mind there may be external factors at play here, is the server only being loaded by your jmeter scripts, are there any other processes running on the server, are you using exactly the same jmeter versions
    ViJay
    @namvjsai
    Thanks @Ardesco.
    Hi There, is there a way to set a path for HTML Report generation. By default, the report is generating at ./target/jmeter/report/ and I want to customize the path. Thanks in adv.
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    There is a <reportDirectory> confit setting that should work for you
    Naren-Neal
    @Naren-Neal
    hey,can anyone help me to create a test plan for CMS using Jemter. I need to check performance of CMS application using Jmeter .
    ViJay
    @namvjsai
    @Ardesco It worked, tq.
    Wondering if jmeter-maven-plugin is capable of comparing test results.
    Regarding this, I can compare the .jtl files using performance plugin on Jenkins, but at the same time I'll have to compromise with HTML report, as <generateReports>true</generateReports> setting is generating CSV by default. Thank you
    sanoj
    @sanoj27_twitter
    Unable to record script in arest chrome browser using Jmeter 5.1.1. It seems network not found error. Please do the needful
    Mark Collin
    @Ardesco
    @sanoj27_twitter it sounds like you have a JMeter question, not a question relating to the jmeter-maven-plugin. I would suggest the JMeter mailing list