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Name

JMeter plugin

Version

0.1.2

Product Versions

1.2

Author(s)

Tatu Lahtela

Homepage


Price

Free

License

BSD

JavaDocs

 

IssueTracking

http://developer.atlassian.com/jira/browse/JMET

Subversion URL

https://svn.atlassian.com/svn/public/contrib/bamboo/bamboo-jmeter-plugin or browse via fisheye

Download JAR

jmeter_bamboo-0.1.2.jar

Download Source

 

Description/Features


A plugin that parses JMeter results and puts them into the Tests tab.



Usage

  1. Copy the jmeter_bamboo-0.1.jar file into your <BAMBOO_HOME>/webapp/WEB-INF/lib directory and restart Bamboo
  2. In the configuration of your plan, there should be a new Jmeter section on the 'Builder Configuration' tab. Here you can specify whether your plan parses JMeter tests.
  3. The test results are with other tests in the "Tests" tab.

Jira Issues

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Version History

Version

Date

Description

0.1

14 September 2007

Initial draft

0.1.1

15 September 2007

Bug fixes

0.1.2

13 March 2008

Bug fixes

Screenshots

3 Comments

  1. Does anyone have experience installing this plugin on Bamboo 2.0.6 (most likely any 2.x.x version). Couldn't find any compatibility chart for different Bamboo versions. In our 2.0.6 version this plugin doesn't show up in the builder tab.Looking at the sources, it says there is an initial draft, but it seems quite experimental to me. Does anyone have any experience with this initial plugin in a 2.x.x version? Or maybe Tatu Lahtela can tell us when a full working/beta version is available? Thnx

  2. There is a 2.0 branch in svn that supports Bamboo 2.0.X versions so you can compile a version for you if your up to it. It's rather simple so I think it should still work even though I have not tried it out lately. If I have the time I'll update this page to contain that version.

    But in the meantime I suggest you use my Change Analysis plugin - it contains support for JMeter reports that are in their own tabs. Check that out at http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMEXT/Bamboo+Change+Analysis+Plugin

    1. Thnx for your reply, Never looked into the Change Analysis plugin before, it looks promising. I will install it later on...