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From Philippe Mouawad <>
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2012 22:26:46 GMT
I read documentation and I must say either it's not clear or I am missing

What is the supposed behaviour when using CSV Data Set Config and relative
path for File name:

   - Name of the file to be read. * Relative file names are resolved with
   respect to the path of the active test plan. * Absolute file names are
   also supported, but note that they are unlikely to work in remote mode,
   unless the remote server has the same directory structure. If the same
   physical file is referenced in two different ways - e.g. csvdata.txt and
   ./csvdata.txt - then these are treated as different files. If the OS does
   not distinguish between upper and lower case, csvData.TXT would also be
   opened separately.

I made a test putting BUG_54097.csv as file name.
I run a remote test with one controller and one jmeter-server.
Running test I get a :
2012/11/05 23:13:07 ERROR - jmeter.config.CSVDataSet: ./BUG_54097.csv (No such file or directory)

Wherere I put BUG_54097.csv:

   - In remote:
      -  jmeter/bin/BUG_54097.csv
      - jmeter/BUG_54097.csv

The same happens for 2.7.

What is the expected behaviour ?

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