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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

abstracttestelement, cpuload, health, host, io, load, memload, monitorstats, monitorstats, protocol, protocol, serializable, string, string, threadload

The JMeter source code

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package org.apache.jmeter.visualizers;


import org.apache.jmeter.testelement.AbstractTestElement;

 *  TODO - convert this into an immutable class using plain variables
 *  The current implementation is quite inefficient, as it stores everything
 *  in properties.
 *  This will require changes to ResultCollector.recordStats()
 *  and SaveService.saveTestElement() which are both currently only used by Monitor classes
public class MonitorStats extends AbstractTestElement implements Serializable {

    private static final long serialVersionUID = 240L;

    private static final String HEALTH = "";

    private static final String LOAD = "stats.load";

    private static final String CPULOAD = "stats.cpuload";

    private static final String MEMLOAD = "stats.memload";

    private static final String THREADLOAD = "stats.threadload";

    private static final String HOST = "";

    private static final String PORT = "stats.port";

    private static final String PROTOCOL = "stats.protocol";

    private static final String TIMESTAMP = "stats.timestamp";

    public MonitorStats() {

     * Default constructor
     * @param health
     * @param load
     * @param cpuload
     * @param memload
     * @param threadload
     * @param host
     * @param port
     * @param protocol
     * @param time
    public MonitorStats(int health, int load, int cpuload, int memload, int threadload, String host, String port,
            String protocol, long time) {

     * For convienance, this method returns the protocol, host and port as a
     * URL.
     * @return protocol://host:port
    public String getURL() {
        return this.getProtocol() + "://" + this.getHost() + ":" + this.getPort();

    public void setHealth(int health) {
        this.setProperty(HEALTH, String.valueOf(health));

    public void setLoad(int load) {
        this.setProperty(LOAD, String.valueOf(load));

    public void setCpuLoad(int load) {
        this.setProperty(CPULOAD, String.valueOf(load));

    public void setMemLoad(int load) {
        this.setProperty(MEMLOAD, String.valueOf(load));

    public void setThreadLoad(int load) {
        this.setProperty(THREADLOAD, String.valueOf(load));

    public void setHost(String host) {
        this.setProperty(HOST, host);

    public void setPort(String port) {
        this.setProperty(PORT, port);

    public void setProtocol(String protocol) {
        this.setProperty(PROTOCOL, protocol);

    public void setTimeStamp(long time) {
        this.setProperty(TIMESTAMP, String.valueOf(time));

    public int getHealth() {
        return this.getPropertyAsInt(HEALTH);

    public int getLoad() {
        return this.getPropertyAsInt(LOAD);

    public int getCpuLoad() {
        return this.getPropertyAsInt(CPULOAD);

    public int getMemLoad() {
        return this.getPropertyAsInt(MEMLOAD);

    public int getThreadLoad() {
        return this.getPropertyAsInt(THREADLOAD);

    public String getHost() {
        return this.getPropertyAsString(HOST);

    public String getPort() {
        return this.getPropertyAsString(PORT);

    public String getProtocol() {
        return this.getPropertyAsString(PROTOCOL);

    public long getTimeStamp() {
        return this.getPropertyAsLong(TIMESTAMP);

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