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Subject:   Clarifications on JMETER
Date:   2004-02-25 12:32:20
From:   weblogicarun

This is Arun from Cognizant technologies.I was looking for a Load test tool which will support my kind of application

The application which we are testing is a Swing based application hitting the Weblogic 7.0 servers.
The protocol used here is RMI over T3 protocol.
We tried using Segue Silk performer but it dint support this protocol.I would really appreciate if you could help us out in the following
1.Does JMeter support T3 protocol and the kind application I have mentioned?
2.Can we get a Evaluation copy and which link to we get it?
3.What is the trial period and the no of virtual users which it can support?

This would be great if you could provide me this info asap.

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  • Clarifications on JMETER
    2005-03-31 20:18:32  Login_sattish [View]

    Hi Arun,

    Loadrunner supports T3 protocol.We are testing a similiar application with Swing as client hitting J2EE servers.I am not sure whether JMeter supports T3 protocol need to probe JMeter.Its a open source tool.Try configuring the Sampler java request to query the application for t3 protocol.

    feel free to contact at sattishv@hexaware.com
    • Clarifications on JMETER
      2006-06-01 08:36:46  amit4amity [View]

      Hi Satish,

      I am also facing same music. I have java swing application (client-server). This application is launched by clicking a jnlp file located at a machine.

      I understand from your reply to Arun that Java Request sampler can be used for tetsing swing application. But lets say I am on login page of application, how can I pass login/password to application using JMeter.

  • Clarifications on JMETER
    2004-07-07 21:48:49  dres [View]


    It is free and customizable. Apache rocks!