You can upload your own jmeter.properties file to your BlazeMeter test configuration (note our guide on uploading files here).
In short, and as explained in more detail in the above link, you can simply upload your user.properties file to the test. Make sure there are local file path references to it, then BlazeMeter will automatically pick it up when the test executes.
Note: As an alternative, you can configure JMeter properties directly in the Blazemeter UI. Please refer to our guide on JMeter Properties for more details.
- What is a user.properties File?
- What Does a user.properties File Contain?
- How Do I Customize my user.properties File?
What is a user.properties File ?
Any part of a JMeter script 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 a 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 do I Customize my 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.