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Exporting Aggregate Results in Jmeter

Chander Shankar

Joined: Oct 29, 2008
Posts: 1

I am running JMEter 2.3.2 in non-gui mode. Can anyone help me know how I can export the results of Aggregate Results Listener to a csv file?

I see that there is an option to save the results in GUI mode.

sugan san
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Joined: May 23, 2013
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Browse it with Aggregate report Listener. For more details
Please visit the below URL:
Andrew Monkhouse
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Joined: Mar 28, 2003
Posts: 11776

Don't use the Aggregate report Listener - that would require you to use GUI mode, which you have already said you do not want to do.

When you run load tests, you should only have a single listener. I recommend the Simple Data Writer if you want to encode it in your test, or use the "-l logfile" option from the command line if you want to have it more dynamic.

Once your tests have run, use the JMeterPluginsCMD Command Line Tool to generate the aggregate report from the raw data you saved.

An example script could be:

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