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Spring Autowiring by Example

Spring is a Java library which delivers a useful feature: Inversion Of Control. Basically, instead of instantiating your Java services with new, Spring does it for you.

You may be wondering:

  • That's nice, but isn't new already enough?
  • How does the @Autowired annotation work?
  • How does Spring instantiated and lookup the right beans and services for me?

Good news! We've got you covered. I know how difficult Spring is to understand, I've been there. These carefully crafted real-world examples should speak to you.

Mastering JMeter Csv Data Set Config

You're probably asking several legitimate questions:

  • How can I simulate concurrent users with unique logins using JMeter ?
  • How can I split JMeter CSV Data Set over multiple load generators in case of Remote Testing?
  • Is there a solution to Randomize the content of the CSV before a test run?

Let me tell you a secret: you'll get all the answers below.

You will learn how to swarm your system with dynamically behaving users thanks to JMeter CSV Data Set Config.

Ready to make a leap forward in your JMeter skills? Let's get to the business.

Nothing compares to OctoPerf v8

We know it's unhealthy to compare yourself to others.

In particular since it is the time for new year's resolutions and this looks like a good candidate.

There's even a famous quote that states:

But sadly, tests results in OctoPerf won't get this chance. Now you can compare up to 4 test results in OctoPerf! We've also improved our UI again to make a better use of the space available.

Allow me to give you a tour.

JMeter response assertion

When running a protocol based load test with JMeter, it is always a challenge to make sure the server responses are correct. The default validation is only done on HTTP response codes based on their value:

OK < 400 <= KO

And since 4XX and 5XX HTTP response codes are error messages it makes sense. But it's easy to understand why this is not enough.