Learn how to use JMeter’s AutoStop Listener. Use this guide to stop your tests when they exceed determined response time, latency or error rate, and test like a pro.
The BeanShell, JSR223, Composite Graph, PerfMon Metrics Collector and AutoStop listeners.
For example, Active Threads Over Time, Connect Times over Time, Bytes Throughput Over Time, Hits per Second, Response Codes per Second and Response Latencies Over Time
Including aggregate report, aggregate report, graph results and generate summary results
Including View Results Tree, View Results in Table, Spline Visualizer, Response Time Graph, Assertion Results, Simple Data Writer, Flexible File Writer and Save Responses to a File
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