this is exactly what I’m searching for. I guess you aren’t still involved in a project needing it, but could you just describe how you intended to integrate WebTest in JMeter? Are there any starting points? Which sampler, etc …
In my opinion there is a big need for a combination of HtmlUnit, WebTest (as a convenient way writing tests or recording with WebTest Recorder for non-developer people) respectively and JMeter. It’s absolutely necessary to have an “browser” with a JS engine, for load testing as well as for functional testing. Imagine you have to test say a MyFaces webapplication where JS statements like “form.hiddenField.value=’link1′” and “form.submit()” are included in “” what would you do otherwise?
Oh, sorry HTML injecting this page. That was not my intention.
The last sentence should be:
Imagine you have to test say a MyFaces webapplication where JS statements like “form.hiddenField.value=’link1′” and “form.submit()” are included in “<a href=’#’ onclick=’…’ />” what would you do otherwise?
my idea was to make a WebTest sampler contain one or more <webest> elements. I started working with test suites in XML format but perhaps does it make more sense to consider only tests written in Groovy format.
there is no WebTest Sampler integrated in JMeter. The screenshot has been made on my machine with the first experiments I made to integrate WebTest with JMeter. Sadly I haven’t had the time to continue to work seriously on this integration.