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  • Import Groovy Maven Project in IDE
    Groovy Maven Project is structured for users to easily import the project into IDE. If you already have an IDE which supports Groovy and Maven, you can easily import it. However if you don’t have it yet, please follow the instruction in [Install Groovy IDE] first. ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/import-groovy-maven-project-in-ide
  • How to ramp up by threads
    If you're using previous nGrinder 3.2.X version. See Thread ramp up by script Thread ramp up by perf test configuration In addition to the process ramp up which the underlying The Grinder engine provides, nGrinder 3.3 supports the thread ramp up. Because the process is t...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/how-to-ramp-up-by-threads
  • Groovy Script Structure [4]
    Not like [Jython Script Structure], Groovy Script Structure is based on JUnit. It’s because we want to reuse existing JUnit experiences as much as possible. Several IDEs already well integrate JUnit and let a user to run the test case directly. If you created Goorvy Ma...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/groovy-script-structure
  • How to run the multiple tests with different weight
    The real user is not simple. There might have multiple usage scenarios for the target system. If you want to simulate this on The Grinder script, you may need to run multiple tests with different weight. With following The Grinder script technique, it’s possible to simulate ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/how-to-run-the-multiple-tests-with-different-weight
  • Groovy Script Snippet
    HTTP POST Call @Test public void test1(){ request1.POST("http://www.google.com", [!new NVPair("key1","value1"), new NVPair("key2":"value2")] as NVPair[!]) } OR @Test public void test1(){ request1.POST("http://www.google.com", nvs([!"key1":"value1", "key2":"value2"])) } // Provide a method to conver...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/groovy-script-snippet
  • How to pass a parameter to the script
    From nGrinder 3.2.3, a user can set the test parameter in the test configuration page which can be passed into test. Parameter should be provided as 1~30 alphabet, numeric characters or underbar without spaces. When a test is executed, this are passed as a java parameter like ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/how-to-pass-a-parameter-to-the-script
  • Using nGrinder to perform DB load test
    One of the superiority of nGrinder is extensibility with java library in python. Because agent will execute the python script in jython, we can directly import java library in our test script. And here is the example to use jdbc library to perfoem DB load test. Cre...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/using-ngrinder-to-perform-db-load-test
  • How to handle the big response
    Some performance testing script may return a significant amount of response. This situation occurs when you try to download the file and test video in the script especially. Because nGrinder is configured to use at maximum 1GB memory per one process, the each thread can use...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/how-to-handle-the-big-response
  • How to make each thread act differently
    nGrinder distributes the script into multiple agent machines and each agent invokes multiple processes containing designated multiple threads per process. It follows basic The Grinder execution logic. Sometimes, some user asked me how to make each thread does diffent job. Usually,...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/how-to-make-each-thread-act-differently
  • How to run the multiple tests with different weight - Groovy way [2]
    This guide is applied from nGrinder 3.2.1. Please upgrade nGrinder if you want to use this. Your pom.xml in the Groovy script should be updated to point ngrinder-groovy 3.2.1 as well. From nGrinder 3.2.1, nGrinder supports a special annotation "@RunRate" for Groovy scrip...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/how-to-run-the-multiple-tests-with-different-weight-groovy-way