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JtlReporter can be easily integrated with Taurus. To do it we are going to use shell exec module and custom python upload script. Here is an example of test yaml configuration:

settings:
env:
BASE_URL: yourBaseUrl.com
SCENARIO: demoScenario
PROJECT: demoProject
execution:
concurrency: 50
ramp-up: 3m
hold-for: 30m
scenario: demoScenario
scenarios:
demoScenario:
script: jmx/demo.jmx
variables:
baseUrl: ${BASE_URL}
services:
- module: shellexec
post-process:
- python $PWD/helper/upload_jtl.py -p ${PROJECT} -s ${SCENARIO} -e ${BASE_URL} -ec $TAURUS_EXIT_CODE -er "${TAURUS_STOPPING_REASON:-''}"

Do not forget to copy upload_jtl.py script into your project folder.

Launch your test and after it finishes it will upload .jtl file(s) into Jtl Reporter automatically.

Please note that "demoProject" and "demoScenario" have to exist in Jtl Reporter beforehand otherwise it will return an error.

note

Taurus does not expose all the data (e.g. sentBytes) by default. Please refer to Taurus documentation on how to change CSV file content.