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Feature - Provide a way to apply global properties settings to local instances of jmeter easily #35

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Ardesco opened this Issue Feb 7, 2012 · 1 comment

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Ardesco commented Feb 7, 2012

Currently you need to specify global properties for remote JMeter instances and local properties for all local instances. It would be useful to implement a way to enable the properties to be set for both local and global instances without having to duplicate them all in the POM.

Possible implementations.

  • Add a a new map that allows you to specify global(i.e. remote) and local properties.
  • Add a boolean flag to enable global(remote) properties to be set locally as well.
  • Add a boolean flag to enable local properties to be set globaly as well.
  • One or more of the above

We need to define precedence as well, will global(remote) properties flagged to be applied locally overwrite local properties that have been defined, or vice versa.

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afranken commented Mar 14, 2012

I'd opt for option 3 "Add a boolean flag to enable local properties to be set globaly as well.", this could even be the default.

If a property is set in both maps, the global one should have precedence, though.

i.e.

local settings
a=1
b=1

global settings
b=2

Should result in
local.properties
a=1
b=1

global.properties
a=1
b=2

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