Learn by examples how to use JMeter Json Path Extractor, JSR223 and Beanshell scripts to work with Json server responses. a lot of real-world examples with detailed JMeter screenshots and explanations.
If you’re here, it’s probably because you need to extract variables from a Json response using JMeter.
Good news! You’re on the definitive guide to master JMeter Json Extractor. Complementary to our Rest API Testing Guide, you’ll learn everything you need to master Json Path Expressions.
Let’s go! And don’t panic, there is nothing difficult down there.
Json Format To get a better understanding of what Json is, here is an example Json document:
What has been improved in JMeter 3.1 compared to previous version.
JMeter 3.1 is now available.
JMeter 3.1 is a fix release with some moderate improvements. Let’s dive into the JMeter 3.1 version changes and decrypt them for you. Good news we already integrated JMeter 3.1 to OctoPerf!
New Features In this section, we are going to review the new features introduced in JMeter 3.1.
Improved HTML Reporting Basically, some new graphs have been added to the HTML report. The HTML report drastically improved the easiness to analyze test results when using JMeter, but it still lacks real-time test results reporting.