You might have faced issues in writing data to excel/csv in JMeter. In this blog post, we will see How to write data to Excel/CSV in Jmeter using BeanShell scripting? By using Regular Expression Extractor, you can extract data from the response. To write extracted data to excel/csv in Jmeter, you need to use BeanShell PostProcessor sampler.
How to extract data from the response?
You can refer my slideshare presentation on how to extract data from the response.
refnum = vars.get("Reference_Number"); log.info(refnum); // if you want to log something to jmeter.log file // Pass true if you want to append to existing file // If you want to overwrite, then don't pass the second argument f = new FileOutputStream("yourpath/result.csv", true); p = new PrintStream(f); this.interpreter.setOut(p); print("Reference Number is," + refnum); f.close();
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