Adding a Thread Group
Creating a new file
Making someone an administrator
Adding new members
How will the testing go
The final test results
How many users you want to eliminate
How many users you want to simulate
Adding test engines
Adding Default HTTP Request Properties
Adding your domain name
Changing all default properties
Stores all your test errors in quarantine
Checks all test results for errors
Stores all of your results of your HTTP results in a file
JMeter requires you to add manually every change you want to take
JMeter sends requests in the order that they appear in the tree.
The HTTP Request Defaults element does not tell JMeter to send an HTTP request.
In JMeter, the Control Panel automatically accepts your changes as you make them.
You don't need to validate the script before you run the test
Data correlation isn't a must step
Before you start the test you must add a detailed test result expectation.
If you forget to add default HTTP Request settings, you will have to manually delete the server name, and port.
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JMeter loads tests and measures performance.
JMeter loads all error after testing.
JMeter changes all bugs during testing.
JMeter runs calculations and predicts test results.