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  1. Properties and Variables

    by , 04-27-2012 at 08:29 PM
    JMeter properties are defined in Properties are global to jmeter, and are mostly used to define some of the defaults JMeter uses. For example the property remote_hosts defines the servers that JMeter will try to run remotely. Properties can be referenced in test plans.

    JMeter variables are local to each thread. The values may be the same for each thread, or they may be different.
    If a variable is updated by a thread, only the thread copy of the variable ...
  2. How to use properties file in Java

    by , 02-29-2012 at 10:57 AM
    Software programs may need to store its settings or configuration in a file on disk, such as database connection settings or user preferences. In Java, it is possible to use some classes in the package such as FileReader and FileWriter to read/write the configuration file. However, that approach is tedious and error-prone, because it requires writing a lot of code from scratch. Fortunately, the Java platform provides an out-of-the-box utility class which is designed specifically for that ...
  3. Wiring Sets, Maps and Properties in Spring

    by , 11-16-2011 at 05:19 PM
    Similarly to lists, there are times when you will need to map to other types of collections. In this tip, I will outline what you need to do to wire sets, maps and properties. The key to remember is that you want to wire your bean to the same type that is being used in the class definition. So if your bean has a java.util.Set property to guarantee uniqueness in the collection, you want to use the same definition in the xml definition.

    So for example, if you want to use a java.util.Set, ...