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Using Regular Expressions and Groovy for Testing in JMeter

Regular Expressions retrieve matching strings in your JMeter load test. Learn to script Regular Expressions in Groovy, and become a performance testing pro.

Sergey Horban

Using Regular Expressions to Extract Tokens and Session IDs to Variables

Tokens and session IDs are sent in the request header. This post will review how to extract them in JMeter scripts with the Regular Expression Extractor.

Leticia Almeida

The Boundary Extractor vs. the Regular Expression Extractor in JMeter

Should you use the Boundary Extractor or the Regular Expression Extractor in your JMeter scripts? This ultimate comparison will give you the info to choose.

Artyom Avetisyan

How to Use the Ultimate Thread Group, the RegEx Extractor and the JSON Path Extractor in Apache JMeter

This blog post will cover creating advanced load testing scenarios. So let's dive in and learn about the Ultimate Thread Group, the RegEx Extractor and the JSON Path Extractor.

Noga Cohen

How to Spider a Site with JMeter - A Tutorial

Check out this JMeter tutorial to learn how to simulate the 3 most common approaches of simulating website “crawling”.

Dmitri Tikhanski

Using Regular Expressions in JMeter

Learn to add Regular Expressions to your load test by adding the Regular Expression Extractor to JMeter. Extract parameters for optimizing your performance tests.

Oleg Prosyanik

Creating Realistic Test Scripts - What Inquiring Minds Need to Know

Generally, we discuss using different elements of JMeter. But often, JMeter is used for implementing more complex tasks. So today, we'll show you how to create an entire script. For script creation, we've used the Mantis bug tracker as an application under test. it's been set up at a local web-server to avoid the influence of network connections. In other words, we only want to see the behavior of the application itself.

Dzmitry Kashlach