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org.apache.jmeter.reporters
Class Summariser

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.jmeter.testelement.AbstractTestElement
      extended by org.apache.jmeter.reporters.Summariser
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Cloneable, NoThreadClone, Searchable, Remoteable, SampleListener, TestElement, TestStateListener

public class Summariser
extends AbstractTestElement
implements Serializable, SampleListener, TestStateListener, NoThreadClone, Remoteable

Generate a summary of the test run so far to the log file and/or standard output. Both running and differential totals are shown. Output is generated every n seconds (default 3 minutes) on the appropriate time boundary, so that multiple test runs on the same time will be synchronised. This is mainly intended for batch (non-GUI) runs Note that the RunningSample start and end times relate to the samples, not the reporting interval. Since the first sample in a delta is likely to have started in the previous reporting interval, this means that the delta interval is likely to be longer than the reporting interval. Also, the sum of the delta intervals will be larger than the overall elapsed time. Data is accumulated according to the test element name.

See Also:
Serialized Form

Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from interface org.apache.jmeter.testelement.TestElement
COMMENTS, ENABLED, GUI_CLASS, NAME, TEST_CLASS
 
Constructor Summary
Summariser()
           
Summariser(String name)
          Constructor for use during startup (intended for non-GUI use)
 
Method Summary
 void sampleOccurred(SampleEvent e)
          Accumulates the sample in two SampleResult objects - one for running totals, and the other for deltas.
 void sampleStarted(SampleEvent e)
          A sample has started.
 void sampleStopped(SampleEvent e)
          A sample has stopped.
 void testEnded()
           Called once for all threads after the end of a test.
 void testEnded(String host)
          Called from a different thread as testStarted() but using the same instance.
 void testStarted()
           Called just before the start of the test from the main engine thread.
 void testStarted(String host)
          Called once for each Summariser in the test plan.
 
Methods inherited from class org.apache.jmeter.testelement.AbstractTestElement
addPropertiesValues, addProperty, addProperty, addTestElement, canRemove, clear, clearTemporary, clearTestElementChildren, clone, emptyTemporary, equals, getComment, getName, getProperty, getPropertyAsBoolean, getPropertyAsBoolean, getPropertyAsDouble, getPropertyAsFloat, getPropertyAsInt, getPropertyAsInt, getPropertyAsLong, getPropertyAsLong, getPropertyAsString, getPropertyAsString, getSearchableTokens, getThreadContext, getThreadName, hashCode, isEnabled, isRunningVersion, isTemporary, logProperties, mergeIn, propertyIterator, recoverRunningVersion, removeProperty, setComment, setEnabled, setName, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setProperty, setRunningVersion, setTemporary, setThreadContext, setThreadName, traverse, traverseCollection, traverseMap, traverseProperty
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

Summariser

public Summariser()

Summariser

public Summariser(String name)
Constructor for use during startup (intended for non-GUI use)

Parameters:
name - of summariser
Method Detail

sampleOccurred

public void sampleOccurred(SampleEvent e)
Accumulates the sample in two SampleResult objects - one for running totals, and the other for deltas.

Specified by:
sampleOccurred in interface SampleListener
See Also:
SampleListener.sampleOccurred(org.apache.jmeter.samplers.SampleEvent)

sampleStarted

public void sampleStarted(SampleEvent e)
A sample has started.

Specified by:
sampleStarted in interface SampleListener

sampleStopped

public void sampleStopped(SampleEvent e)
A sample has stopped.

Specified by:
sampleStopped in interface SampleListener

testStarted

public void testStarted()

Called just before the start of the test from the main engine thread. This is before the test elements are cloned. Note that not all the test variables will have been set up at this point.

N.B. testStarted() and testEnded() are called from different threads.

Specified by:
testStarted in interface TestStateListener
See Also:
StandardJMeterEngine.run()

testEnded

public void testEnded()

Called once for all threads after the end of a test. This will use the same element instances as at the start of the test.

N.B. testStarted() and testEnded() are called from different threads.

Specified by:
testEnded in interface TestStateListener
See Also:
StandardJMeterEngine.stopTest()

testStarted

public void testStarted(String host)
Called once for each Summariser in the test plan. There may be more than one summariser with the same name, however they will all be called before the test proper starts.

However, note that this applies to a single test only. When running in client-server mode, testStarted() may be invoked after sampleOccurred().

Called just before the start of the test from the main engine thread. This is before the test elements are cloned. Note that not all the test variables will have been set up at this point.

N.B. testStarted() and testEnded() are called from different threads.

Specified by:
testStarted in interface TestStateListener
Parameters:
host - name of host
See Also:
StandardJMeterEngine.run()

testEnded

public void testEnded(String host)
Called from a different thread as testStarted() but using the same instance. So synch is needed to fetch the accumulator, and the myName field will already be set up.

Called once for all threads after the end of a test. This will use the same element instances as at the start of the test.

N.B. testStarted() and testEnded() are called from different threads.

Specified by:
testEnded in interface TestStateListener
Parameters:
host - name of host
See Also:
StandardJMeterEngine.stopTest()

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