While running a distributed Apache JMeter test how can you capture the full output instead of just performance results? The following steps will show how to do what we call JMeter Capturing Full Output.
- Add a listener to your load test.
- “View Results Tree” or “View Results In Table” work best
- Set the output file name
- For RedLine13 to pick up the file, use a prefix of output/
- Click Configure to open the dialog “Sample Result Save Configuration.”
- Select the Items to capture. If you want full output, you must choose ‘Save as XML’, as CSV format does not collect output results.
- Run your test on RedLine13.
- Make sure you select “Save response output” to capture the output files across your load agents.
- After the test completes the output files will be available.
- Download and expand your output file.
- You should see the captured output from the listener we specified earlier.
- You can open the file in any viewer, but probably best to reload in JMeter UI.
- Click Browse in Listener
- Select file format ‘All Files.’
- Select File
- You should now be able to view all the individual results and data returned from running your test.
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