What Do You Know About Jmeter Testing?

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What Do You Know About Jmeter Testing? - Quiz

JMeter by Apache is an open source software that allows us to perform basic load and stress testing on our apps. It's one of the best software for that matter. If you're a programming whiz you'll definitely know all the right answers to this quiz!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What's the first step to do with a JMeter test? 

    • A.

      Adding a Thread Group

    • B.

      Creating a new file

    • C.

      Making someone an administrator

    • D.

      Adding new members

    Correct Answer
    A. Adding a Thread Group
    Explanation
    The first step to do with a JMeter test is to add a Thread Group. A Thread Group is the starting point of a JMeter test plan and it represents a group of virtual users that will execute the test. It defines the number of threads (users), ramp-up period, and loop count for the test. Without adding a Thread Group, the test plan cannot be executed.

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  • 2. 

    What does the Thread Group tell you?

    • A.

      How will the testing go

    • B.

      The final test results

    • C.

      How many users you want to eliminate

    • D.

      How many users you want to simulate

    Correct Answer
    D. How many users you want to simulate
    Explanation
    The Thread Group in testing tells you how many users you want to simulate. It helps in determining the number of virtual users that will be created to simulate real user behavior during the testing process. By specifying the number of users to simulate, the Thread Group allows for load testing and performance testing to be conducted effectively.

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  • 3. 

    What's the next step, after creating Thread Group 

    • A.

      Adding test engines

    • B.

      Adding Default HTTP Request Properties

    • C.

      Adding your domain name

    • D.

      Changing all default properties

    Correct Answer
    B. Adding Default HTTP Request Properties
    Explanation
    After creating a Thread Group, the next step would be to add Default HTTP Request Properties. This is necessary to set the default properties for HTTP requests that will be sent during the test. These properties include the server name, port number, and protocol. By adding Default HTTP Request Properties, the user ensures that all subsequent HTTP requests within the Thread Group will use these default values unless overridden.

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  • 4. 

    What kind of a support are you adding in the next step? 

    • A.

      Ice cream

    • B.

      Cake

    • C.

      Cookie

    • D.

      Jelly

    Correct Answer
    C. Cookie
    Explanation
    In the next step, the support being added is a cookie.

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  • 5. 

    What's the final element you need to add to your test plan? 

    • A.

      A talker

    • B.

      A viewer

    • C.

      A listener

    • D.

      A writer

    Correct Answer
    C. A listener
    Explanation
    In a test plan, a listener is the final element that needs to be added. A listener is responsible for capturing and analyzing the test results, allowing the tester to monitor and evaluate the performance of the system being tested. By adding a listener to the test plan, the tester can gather important data and metrics to assess the success and effectiveness of the testing process.

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  • 6. 

    What does a listener do? 

    • A.

      Um, listens?

    • B.

      Stores all your test errors in quarantine

    • C.

      Checks all test results for errors

    • D.

      Stores all of your results of your HTTP results in a file

    Correct Answer
    D. Stores all of your results of your HTTP results in a file
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Stores all of your results of your HTTP results in a file." A listener is a component in software testing that captures and stores the results of HTTP requests made during testing. It records and saves the data for further analysis and reporting.

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  • 7. 

    Which statement about JMeter isn't true?

    • A.

      JMeter requires you to add manually every change you want to take

    • B.

      JMeter sends requests in the order that they appear in the tree.

    • C.

      The HTTP Request Defaults element does not tell JMeter to send an HTTP request.

    • D.

      In JMeter, the Control Panel automatically accepts your changes as you make them.

    Correct Answer
    A. JMeter requires you to add manually every change you want to take
    Explanation
    The statement that JMeter requires you to add manually every change you want to take is true. In JMeter, you need to manually add and configure elements such as HTTP requests, listeners, and assertions to create a test plan. JMeter does not automatically detect and apply changes, so any modifications or additions need to be made manually by the user.

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  • 8. 

    Which statement is true?

    • A.

      You don't need to validate the script before you run the test

    • B.

      Data correlation isn't a must step

    • C.

      Before you start the test you must add a detailed test result expectation.

    • D.

      If you forget to add default HTTP Request settings, you will have to manually delete the server name, and port.

    Correct Answer
    D. If you forget to add default HTTP Request settings, you will have to manually delete the server name, and port.
  • 9. 

    Which one of these you don't need to run JMmeter?

    • A.

      Adobe Flash Player

    • B.

      Oracle Java

    • C.

      Open JDK

    • D.

      Apache JMeter

    Correct Answer
    A. Adobe Flash Player
    Explanation
    Adobe Flash Player is not required to run JMmeter. JMmeter is a tool used for load testing and performance measurement of web applications. It is not dependent on Adobe Flash Player, which is a multimedia software platform used for running rich internet applications. Therefore, Adobe Flash Player is not needed to run JMmeter.

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  • 10. 

    What does JMeter do?

    • A.

      JMeter loads tests and measures performance.

    • B.

      JMeter loads all error after testing.

    • C.

      JMeter changes all bugs during testing.

    • D.

      JMeter runs calculations and predicts test results.

    Correct Answer
    A. JMeter loads tests and measures performance.
    Explanation
    JMeter is a tool that is used for load testing and measuring the performance of a system. It is not responsible for loading errors, changing bugs, or running calculations and predicting test results. Its main purpose is to simulate various user loads on a system and measure how well it performs under those loads.

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