Error in jmeter result

While using jmeter i am geting the following 100% error. Please find the output below

Created the tree successfully using jmeter-test-fixedload-fix02.jmx

Starting the test @ Tue Oct 27 12:29:43 EET 2015 (1445941783271)

Waiting for possible shutdown message on port 4445

Generate Summary Results +    19 in  16.4s =    1.2/s Avg:     0 Min:     0 Max:     7 Err:    19 (100.00%)

Generate Summary Results +   674 in 178.4s =    3.8/s Avg:     0 Min:     0 Max:    39 Err:   674 (100.00%)

Generate Summary Results =   693 in 196.6s =    3.5/s Avg:     0 Min:     0 Max:    39 Err:   693 (100.00%)

 

 Please provide a possible solution for this error.

 

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I ran into a bunch of problems when starting to use jmeter. The trick was to make sure they username, password and server url was right in all the forms that had it stated. Not sure if it should have been propagated via a global variable, but by changing the jmeter template(not sure if it's called that, but basically the forms that contain information about where and how jmeter connects) i managed to get it working. It's covered in chapter 17.6 on http://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/best-practices.html

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I have used the script in the repository in the below link

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/performance-testing-scripts-222200899.html

 

Do we need to do any changes in the script?

Is that causing the error?

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