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Where is the documentation for

Bamboo JMeter Aggregator Plugin



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Jul 02, 2013

Hi Tiago,

The page that this redirects to has this note at the bottom:

"Please Note: Many projects hosted on the server were subject to long periods of inactivity and the project lead did not respond to emails about the system shutdown. These projects have not been backed up by Atlassian and will not be accessible any longer."

Unfortunately this applies for the JMeter Aggregator Plugin. It appears the developer no longer supports it and the documentation has been phased out.



Note that the .jar is still available.  If you download and unzip the .jar, you'll find a pom file (META-INF\maven\com.atlassian.bamboo.plugins.jmeter-aggregator\atlassian-bamboo-jmeter-aggregator\pom.xml; pom == Project Object Model, or at least that's what a web search tells me).  In the scm element of the pom, you'll see this url:

You can go there and see the source code, which can function as a kind of de facto documentation.  The tests included in the project will give you some idea of what it's expected to do, even if you're not fluent in Java (I am not).

In spite of the fact that the version history on marketplace ends in January of 2017, the project in bitbucket has edits in every year since then.  Two random speculations: Atlassian uses it internally and therefore kept it updated; some of the edits were driven by processes (infrastructure updates and vulnerability remediation, perhaps?) that cast a very broad net.

It also seems possible that you can build the updated version for yourself (if needed).

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