Functions in Jmeter Bean Shell

Type of function Name Comment
Information threadNum get thread number
Information machineName get the local machine name
Information time return current time in various formats
Information log log (or display) a message (and return the value)
Information logn log (or display) a message (empty return value)
Input StringFromFile read a line from a file
Input CSVRead read from CSV delimited file
Input XPath Use an XPath expression to read from a file
Calculation counter generate an incrementing number
Calculation intSum add int numbers
Calculation longSum add long numbers
Calculation Random generate a random number
Scripting BeanShell run a BeanShell script
Scripting javaScript process JavaScript (Mozilla Rhino)
Scripting jexl evaluate a Commons Jexl expression
Properties property read a property
Properties P read a property (shorthand method)
Properties setProperty set a JMeter property
Variables split Split a string into variables
Variables V evaluate a variable name
Variables eval evaluate a variable expression
Variables evalVar evaluate an expression stored in a variable
String regexFunction parse previous response using a regular expression
String char generate Unicode char values from a list of numbers
String unescape Process strings containing Java escapes (e.g. \n & \t)
String unescapeHtml Decode HTML-encoded strings
String escapeHtml Encode strings using HTML encoding

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2 responses to “Functions in Jmeter Bean Shell

  1. This paragraph is really a nice one it helps new the web people, who are wishing for

  2. Thanks. It may also be worth checking Using JMeter Functions post which not only lists functions but also provides real-life use cases and examples.

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