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Load Testing Using Jmeter

 
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I have to test my web service using Jmeter .My web service consumes one hash map .Hash Map contains two strings.I have to send that Hash map through Jmeter .But not sure how to script that in Jmeter .CAn any one Help
 
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Hi,
how are you sending the HashMap to the webservice?
I suppose you must be sending XML request to webservice, isnt it?
In JMeter you need to use SOAP sampler and embed your SOAP request in it. Using this sampler you can invoke your webservice and check the results.

regards,
Amit
 
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