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Jmeter configuration In Local Webapplication

Jmeter configuration In Local Webapplication


I am new to Jmeter, i want to do the load testing to my web application which is developed using JSF 1.2, i red many articles about it,And i surfed in google every where i got very simple example, that how we can do the load testing to a simple static website like apache.jemter.org, but i couldn't find the procedure to  do load testing a local webapplication.

i have some quaries here:

(Q1) In my application first login page , And after passing username,password and Branch i will click Login button, it will navigate to home page.
Here my question is

i want to test my home page /jsf/pages/login/home.xhtml, Now whether i need to pass username,password and Branch as parameters or not required. If yes how jmeter will look in to my code and gather that info, since it is a POST request.

(Q2)There are some cookies also involved, How can i handle this?

(Q3)If i want test some 10 pages/processes in my application, Whether i need to configure all the 10 pages in JMeter, including the parameters required to execute that process?

Kindly do help me.
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Gary PattersonVP Technology / Senior Consultant Commented:
Detailed documentation is available on the jmeter web site:

http://jmeter.apache.org/

Follow the instructions in sections 1-5 of the User Manual.

You may want to use the Recording tool:

http://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/jmeter_proxy_step_by_step.pdf

- Gary Patterson
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