1. Yes. You can schedule using Windows Task scheduler. Create a batch file, with the command line in it, and then schedule it,
2. I don't think so. The results are written into Postgres DB, so you could export from there is pgadmin client, or by building a Tableau Workbook, and exporting CSV
Hope this helps
Do you have template for batch file to save in windows Task Scheduler ?
The batch file will be the Tabjolt command (ie go --t=testplans\InteractVizLoadTest.jmx --d=1800 -c=10)
Its going to depend on what you are looking to do using Tabjolt for, as to the actual commands.
What are you after for this scenario?
Here is our use Case after TabJolt is scheduled in windows Task Scheduler
" Store these performance stats such that they can be ingested by a Tableau workbook to show performance over time "
Im not completely sure what you are looking to do.
With Tabjolt, you set a duration for a test, and then Tabjolt runs load against a server for that duration.
Are you looking to do load testing every hour?
Or are you looking to see the performance of a dashboard once per hour?
We are looking to see the Performance of a Dashboard once per Hour
OK then running Tabjolt for a short duration every hour should give you this.
You should be able to view performance statistics for this dashboard in the "Traffic to Views" Admin View