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Tanaji1 Absent Member.
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unable to add jmeter script in storm runner load test

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i have created load test, in which i want to import my jmx, but i am unabel to import the same i.e i do not see any option . when i click upload it says add custome files where as when i explicitly click on jmx it says unsupported format.

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Re: unable to add jmeter script in storm runner load test

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For details, please refer to http://stormhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/Latest/Content/Storm/t_manage_scripts.htm.

Attached 'csv.zip' is a simple sample. (remove ".png" suffix first)

 

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Re: unable to add jmeter script in storm runner load test

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Hi, 

To upload a script, you need to zip it. 

For your jmeter scipt, you can create a .zip file to include your .jmx and its dependent files.

Regards,

Wei Sun

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Re: unable to add jmeter script in storm runner load test

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For details, please refer to http://stormhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/Latest/Content/Storm/t_manage_scripts.htm.

Attached 'csv.zip' is a simple sample. (remove ".png" suffix first)

 

Tanaji1 Absent Member.
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Re: unable to add jmeter script in storm runner load test

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Thank u ...this worked .. :)

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