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Report generation via jtl file? #391

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somayaj opened this issue Oct 8, 2020 · 4 comments
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Report generation via jtl file? #391

somayaj opened this issue Oct 8, 2020 · 4 comments
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@somayaj
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somayaj commented Oct 8, 2020

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JDK 9, jmeter 5.1, jmeter plugin 3.1.3

Is there any roadmap for the generation of the reports via a JTL file? Right now it defaults to csv. Would there be a version of the plugin that supports the jtl file?

Issue are related to bug, it is not the right place to ask questions about usage, for the latter :

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Ardesco commented Oct 12, 2020

When we originally implemented this, JMeter only supported report generation using a CSV file.

It looks like it now supports report generation via jtl as well so this is something we should add in. Snippet from JMeter manual:

14.3 Generating reports
The report generation can be done as a stand alone process from a sample log file or automatically after running load test.

14.3.1 Generation from an existing sample CSV log file
Use the following command:

jmeter -g <log file> -o <Path to output folder>
14.3.2 Generation after load test
Use the following command:

jmeter -n -t <test JMX file> -l <test log file> -e -o <Path to output folder>

@pmouawad
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pmouawad commented Oct 12, 2020

Hello,
JMeter only supports report generation for CSV, not XML output.

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@Ardesco
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Ardesco commented Oct 12, 2020

The above snippet taken from the following implies differently, is it just bad documentation?

https://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/generating-dashboard.html

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somayaj commented Oct 13, 2020

No, I think using the plugin with the <generateReport>true</generateReport> tag it generates the report with a csv file. If i specify a report output file as jtl it doesn't work. this in on the 2.9+ version.

@Ardesco Ardesco added this to the 3.5.0 milestone Mar 31, 2021
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