How to Use Apache JMeter’s XPath Extractor?

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2 minutes read In order to add an XPath Extractor to your JMeter script you need to begin by installing JMeter and create an HTTP Request. If you want to check how you can create a load test with Apache JMeter, please check our previous blog post. Start by adding a XPath Extractor to your HTTP Request by following the… Read more »

How to use assertions in Apache JMeter tests

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5 minutes read What are assertions ? In case you are not familiar with the term, an assertion “is a test / a condition that must be tested to confirm conformance to a requirement”. Basically a test assertion is – a condition that compares the expected value with the actual value for a specified use case.   Why should I… Read more »

Load Testing Jenkins Plugin from

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1 minute read We’ve released our load testing plugin for Jenkins CI. Use the Post build actions and define your load test limits in order to mark the build UNSTABlE or FAILED Easy multiple accounts access via the credential Jenkins plugin. More details here: Installation Steps: 1. Create your load testing account on 2. Copy your… Read more »

Schedule Load Tests for APIs in the Cloud with

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1 minute read Scheduling Load Tests feature is now available on Basically you can create new load tests and schedule them to run every day at a specific time. You can set a Start Date and leave End Data blank for infinite runs. Add an End Date to schedule load tests on specific intervals. run load tests automatically at… Read more »