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Uploading jar files through Performance Center

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Is it possible to upload a jar file for a VUSer script through Performance Center.

 

I tried zipping the jar file in the script directory, and uploaded it with the 'upload all files ' option selected, but this didn't work - the jar file wasn't found and the script failed to compile.

 

I don't have access to the Load Generators except through Performance Center, so manual upload and setting classpath in runtime settings is not an option for me.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Nick

 

 

 

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Re: Uploading jar files through Performance Center

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Answering my own question here

 

 

 

To upload a file through PC you need to

 

1 – place it in the script directory, and get the script to work locally

2 – in vugen,  File>Add Files to Script

3 – upload to Performance centre, selecting the ‘Upload All Files’ option

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Re: Uploading jar files through Performance Center

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Answering my own question here

 

 

 

To upload a file through PC you need to

 

1 – place it in the script directory, and get the script to work locally

2 – in vugen,  File>Add Files to Script

3 – upload to Performance centre, selecting the ‘Upload All Files’ option

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