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Adding a Markov Session Controller

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Adding a Markov Session Controller

Figure 3: After installing Markov4JMeter, the Logic Controller menu shows two new entries: Markov State and Markov Session Controller.

 

After installing Markov4JMeter, the new Logic Controllers Markov State and Markov Session Controller appear in the respective menu (see Figure 3).

A Markov Session Controller needs to be added to the Thread Group. This is the root element of any probabilistic session model consisting of a number of Markov States and transitions between them. Also, it contains the configuration of the behavior mix and the Session Arrival Controller. A Gaussian Random Timer added to the Markov Session Controller emulates client-side think times between subsequent requests.

It is highly recommended to use at most one Markov Session Controller within a Test Plan. The Markov Session Controller should be placed at the root level of the Thread Group. Especially, Markov Session Controllers must not be nested.

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