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how to deploy jmetter in jboss

 
noty chea
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Hi all

i have a problem i have to deploy jmetter with jboss .
Does anyone know useful link or something like that.

Thank,

Noty
 
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JMeter is not a web application, therefore you cannot deploy it to JBoss AS.

Or are you saying that you want to use JMeter to test an apllication deployed to JBoss AS?
 
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Yes i want to test application that deploy in jboss but I want to test how much resouce that a service used .
 
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Have you looked at the JMeter documentation? Have you searched the web for JMeter tutorials? How familiar are you with JMeter? If not at all, I suggest you go through a few tutorials first before you tackled testing your app, especially if your app is very complicated.
 
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I am a beginner
But I try to googling and if I am not wrong if we want test a service we have to add class file to jmeter class path.
For my service I have many service mule and spring need to load so how I can test my service???
 
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What do you mean by "service"? A web service? And if so, what kind of web service: SOAP? REST?

I still recommend that you go through some JMeter tutorials, testing a basic web application, before you tackle testing your app.
 
William P O'Sullivan
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JMeter can hit your application/service with as many concurrent "uses"/"threads" as you define.

It usually runs outside the application under load testing.

To determine the resources consumed, you would need to do that within JBoss.

Look into profiling, or start JBoss with the very verbose options to trace Garbage Collection logging.

Pat.
 
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the Service is a Spring service not webservice.
 
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