Export test results from Azure Load Testing for use in third-party tools
In this article, you'll learn how to download the test results from Azure Load Testing in the Azure portal. You might use these results for reporting in third-party tools.
The test results contain comma-separated values (CSV) file(s) with details of each application request. See Apache JMeter CSV log format and the Apache JMeter Glossary for details about the different fields.
You can also use the test results to diagnose errors during a load test. The
responseMessage fields give you more information about failed requests. For more information about investigating errors, see Troubleshoot test execution errors.
You can generate the Apache JMeter dashboard from the CSV log file following the steps mentioned here.
- An Azure account with an active subscription. If you don't have an Azure subscription, create a free account before you begin.
- An Azure Load Testing resource that has a completed test run. If you need to create an Azure Load Testing resource, see Create and run a load test.
Access and download load test results
In this section, you'll retrieve and download the Azure Load Testing results file from the Azure portal.
In the Azure portal, go to your Azure Load Testing resource.
On the left pane, select Tests to view a list of tests, and then select your test.
To limit the number of tests to display in the list, you can use the search box and the Time range filter.
You can download the test results file as a zipped folder in either of two ways:
Select the ellipsis (...) next to the load test run you're working with, and then select Download results file.
A load test run needs to have a Done, Stopped, or Failed status for the results file to be available for download.
On the Test run details pane, select Download, and then select Results.
You can use any zip tool to extract the folder and access the test results.
The folder contains a separate CSV file for every test engine and contains details of requests that the test engine executed during the load test.