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From Philippe Mouawad <>
Date Thu, 15 Oct 2015 05:18:12 GMT
Hello Rainer, Milamber,
Thanks for your feedback.


On Thursday, October 15, 2015, Milamber <> wrote:

> Thanks for your proposal.
> Seems a good thing to add this plugin on JMeter but we need to known the
> new functionality(ies) of this plugin? that is an new listener or sampler?

There is mainly:
- A post processor similar to regexp extractor
- a renderer to test json path expressions as with regexp, css/jquery or

> Can you confirm that this plugin don't have some dependencies against the
> Apache License v2 (like GPL) for the distribution?
> I do

> I thinks that Ubik Load Pack have already sign the CCLA and can contribute
> to Apache projects?


> I thinks that after your PR (or other way of submission), a vote (in
> Apache way) must be done to accept or not this plugin.
> (example:
> )
> ok but as I said, for now the plugin uses non apache jmeter package naming.
Shall I do a PR as is and then we would rename packages .
I would like to be sure the plugin will be taken under Jmeter before doing
the renaming, otherwise it would stay as is.

> @Sebb can you confirm the good way to the donation, thanks.
> On 14/10/2015 20:05, UBIK LOAD PACK Support wrote:
>> Hello Dev Team,
>> I am contacting you to know if you would be interested in integrating our
>> JSON Plugin within Core JMeter.
>> Its features are shown on our blog, I didn't put any link because none of
>> my 2 previous mails were received on dev mailing list.
>> Currently plugin uses com.ubikingenierie.loadpack package, but it would be
>> donated with a package you would choose:
>> - org.apache.jmeter.json for example
>> If you are OK and wish to integrate it, we would submit a PR on Github so
>> that you can review it and potentially provide some patches before
>> integration in JMeter.
>> Your feedback is welcome.
>> We think this feature would be very useful for Web Application testing
>> where JSON format is becoming a very frequently used format for Rest
>> Webservices for example.
>> Thanks
>> Regards
>> Ubik Load Pack Team
>> @ubikloadpack

Philippe Mouawad.

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