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Azure Load Testing: adding the user.properties file doesn't work

Jmeter has a property file 'user.properties' in which properties can be set and loaded only when jmeter starts up, so not possible to set properties inside a jmx file.
I need to add a property for adding extra customized columns in the csv logfile.
This the line that is added to the user.properties file:

     sample_variables=username,version,uuid

I uploaded this property file within the configuration section in which Script, Data and Configuration files can be uploaded to the testplan.
But after running the test no extra columns were added to the csv file, so it looks like the user.properties file was not interpreted.

So how can we add "jmeter/user properties" with the Azure Load Testing tool?

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AnnaXiu-MSFT answered

Hi @RogiersBennyBROGIERS-6620 ,

From your description, looks like your issue is related to Azure Load Testing. Microsoft Q&A supports the products listed over here: supported topics (more to be added later on).

Your question about Azure Load Testing is not supported currently.
You can ask in the dedicated forum over here: https://github.com/microsoft/azure-load-testing/issues.

Sincerely,
Anna


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RogiersBennyBROGIERS-6620 answered

Hi Anna,

The issue is resolved in here: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/92861
It works now: the user.properties file is now read correctly, thanks!

Sincerely,
Benny

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