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Running webdriver code in JMeter

With the improvements in technology more and more of the business logic gets executed on the client side and it’s not easy to get a clear picture of the perceivable performance by using pure JMeter tests only.
To extend these measurements JMeter-Webdriver plugin in JMeter can be handy to run WebDriver tests using actual browsers and to get client side execution statistics.

In the following section I will demonstrate how to configure and run a simple WebDriver test in JMeter.

First you have to download the plugin from the JMeter plugin page and then copy the library files into JMeter installation folder.

From now on when you start up JMeter you should have the extra Config Element and Sampler components visible on the tool list and they are ready to use