You can now upload jmeter.properties file through the file tab.Once uploaded using the Files tab, it will be automatically copied to $(JMETER-HOME)/bin folder.
What is user.properties file ?
Any area of JMeter Application can be controlled by JMeter Properties starting from look and feel, timestamps, log levels, output file formats and ending with low-level parameters of underlying libraries like Http Client timeouts, bind addresses, etc. used for different protocols connections.
What does user.properties file contain ?
The user.properties file contain properties to alter the following features(ref.JMeter Version 3.3):
- XML Parser
- SSL configuration
- Look and Feel configuration
- Toolbar display
- JMX Backup configuration
- Remote hosts and RMI configuration
- Include Controller
- HTTP Java configuration
- Apache HttpClient common properties
- Kerberos properties
- Apache HttpClient logging examples
- Apache HttpComponents HTTPClient configuration (HTTPClient4)
- HTTP Cache Manager configuration
- Results file configuration
- Settings that affect SampleResults
- JMeter Test Script recorder configuration
- Test Script Recorder certificate configuration
- JMeter Proxy configuration
- HTML Parser configuration
- Remote batching configuration
- JDBC Request configuration
- OS Process Sampler configuration
- TCP Sampler configuration
- Summariser - Generate Summary Results - configuration (mainly applies to non-GUI mode)
- Aggregate Report and Aggregate Graph - configuration
- BackendListener - configuration
- BeanShell configuration
- MailerModel configuration
- CSVRead configuration
- time() function configuration
- CSV DataSet configuration
- LDAP Sampler configuration
- Miscellaneous configuration
- Classpath configuration
- Reporting configuration
- Additional property files to load
- Thread Group Validation feature
- Timer related feature
- Naming Policy
How to customize user.properties file ?
This properties files can be customized as per your needs.
To learn more, please visit Apache JMeter official guide:
Want to learn more about JMeter properties? Read our blog post Apache JMeter Properties Customization Guide.