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JMeter example source code file (

This example JMeter source code file ( is included in the "Java Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you "Learn Java by Example" TM.

Java - JMeter tags/keywords

cloneable, cloneable, configelement, configelement, object, object

The JMeter source code

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package org.apache.jmeter.config;

public interface ConfigElement extends Cloneable {

     * Add a configuration element to this one. This allows config elements to
     * combine and give a "layered" effect. For example,
     * HTTPConfigElements have properties for domain, path, method, and
     * parameters. If element A has everything filled in, but null for domain,
     * and element B is added, which has only domain filled in, then after
     * adding B to A, A will have the domain from B. If A already had a domain,
     * then the correct behavior is for A to ignore the addition of element B.
     * @param config
     *            the element to be added to this ConfigElement
    void addConfigElement(ConfigElement config);

     * If your config element expects to be modified in the process of a test
     * run, and you want those modifications to carry over from sample to sample
     * (as in a cookie manager - you want to save all cookies that get set
     * throughout the test), then return true for this method. Your config
     * element will not be cloned for each sample. If your config elements are
     * more static in nature, return false. If in doubt, return false.
     * @return true if the element expects to be modified over the course of a
     *         test run
    boolean expectsModification();

    Object clone();

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