Working with JMeter for Load Testing Oracle ADF UI Application by Ardhendu Samajdwer


In this post, I would like to share my recent experience on how we can setup Apache JMeter™ 4.0 to test Oracle ADF 12c application. This blog mainly focuses on setting-up JMeter, creating test plan for UI application and executing the plan.

Setting-up JMeter

  • Download latest version of JMeter and install, by just unzipping, on your system.
  • Navigate to the bin folder of your installed location (Ex: C:\apache-jmeter-4.0\bin)
  • Locate jmeter.bat and start it.

P.S.: If you get any error while starting jmeter.bat complaining about missing JAR file, try to download it again using some different mirror.

Creating Test Plan

Start jmeter.bat. You should get a new screen with an existing Test Plan as below. In this case, I renamed it to MyTestPlan. Read the complete article here.


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