Test Plan is where you add components expected for your JMeter Test.It stores every one of the components (like ThreadGroup, Timers and so on) and their relating settings expected to run your ideal Tests.The accompanying figure shows an illustration of Test PlanThe WorkBench essentially gives a spot to briefly store test components. WorkBench has no connection with Test Plan. JMeter won't save the items in the WorkBench. It just saves the items in the Test Plan branchHow to add Elements Adding Elements is the fundamental stage to fabricate a Test Plan on the grounds that without adding components, JMeter can't execute your Test Plan
A Test Plan incorporates numerous Elements like Listener, Controller, and TimerYou can add a component to test plan by right-tapping on a Test Plan and pick new components from "Add" list.Assume, you need to add 2 components to Test Plan BeanShell Assertion and Java Request DefaultYou can likewise eliminate an unused componentSuppose, you need to eliminate component "HTTP Request Defaults", select "HTTP Request Default" - > Right snap > pick Remove from the setting menu - > Click Yes to affirm erase this component on message boxStacking and Saving ElementsStep by step instructions to Create JMX record
Assume you have proactively added a component name "BeanShell Assertion". Presently you need to save it.Right-click BeanShell Assertion - > select Save Selection AsAn exchange box show, click Save button to save your components under default name BeanShell Assertion.jmx. You can pick different names on the off chance that you needJMeter Test Elements and Test plan are put away in *.JMX design. JMX is representing Java Management Extensions.Step by step instructions to Run JMX documentStacking exist component assists you with saving your time expected to make and design new componentsSuppose, that you have a current component in Test Plan: Java Request DefaultRight-click Java Request Defaults-> select MergeInstructions to Save a Test Plan
Prior to running a test, you ought to save your Test Plan first. Saving your Test Plan assists you with keeping away from surprising mistake while running the test plan. Moves toward saving Test plan -Record - > Save Test Plan as-> a Dialog box showAt the point when JMeter is running, it shows a little green box at the right-hand finish of the menu bar.Hands on with JMeter GUIThe numbers to one side of the green box are the quantity of dynamic strings/all out number of strings.To Stop the Test, press Stop button or utilize short key Ctrl + '.'