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From Philippe Mouawad <>
Subject Re: JINI plugin for JMeter
Date Sat, 17 Oct 2015 14:14:09 GMT

Thanks for the offer of the code.

The plugin seems to the team to be rather specialized, and unlikely to be
used by many other JMeter users.

Adding code to JMeter is only part of the overall development process.
It also needs to have test cases and documentation. And support on the
mailing lists.
And the code needs to be maintained.
All of which requires developer time and knowledge of the specific API
being tested.

In the team opinion, this means that this particular plugin is better left
as a 3rd party project.

Such projects can be listed on the JMeter Wiki -
And of course any such plugins can easily be added to a JMeter installation.

Anyway thanks a lot for your offer to contribute, we'll be very happy to
any other contribution more widely used by JMeter community.

The Apache JMeter Team

On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 4:40 AM, Palash Ray <> wrote:

> Hi,
> Jini is a RMI based server and a lot more than that. It is used to build
> high-end middlewares. Though it is a bit obsolete and no one uses this as
> frequently these days, it is still used in many Banks as their preferred
> middleware.
> We use Jini based servers as our middleware platform for a couple of our
> applications.
> Of late, we have noticed the need for load testing our servers to make them
> robust and understand how they perform under load. To that end, we need a
> JMeter plugin.
> I have written out a very basic version of this plugin which serves our
> purpose for now. That is, it handles only very simple method parameters
> like Long, Integer, String, Date and Enum. This plugin is a very very basic
> version and I spent only a couple of days on this.
> This is the link to my pull request:
> Let me know if this can be merged into trunk.
> This is the initial cut, as we keep using this and encountering issues with
> this, I will keep contributing to keep up with our requirements.
> Jini is now the Apache River project and can be found here:
> Thanks,
> Palash.

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