Creating quickly automation tests with jmeter

April 12, 2020

Yesterday I was checking how Blazemeter could help me to create tests for my web application by recording my activity using their chrome plugin. The only negative with this plugin is that I have to log in to blazemeter in order to download the record as jmx file.

After opening the jmx file with jmeter I saw that tests where nicely recorded in a Thread, it even had the time it took me to make the requests, and some config elements that may not all be needed.

It took me a little to understand the problems and finally make the tests run with jmeter. Here are some comments to remember: