I think from a Java stand point sharing a "global resource" is not possible when you have 2 different processes, and hence two different JVMs involved. Inter JVM communication is possible but it does not apply to sharing resources.
 
-vv

 
On 8/29/05, Ricardo Koji Ushizaki <riko@evaltec.com.br> wrote:
Olivier,

Thanks for the reply.

The problem in starting two different agents is that one test depends on the result of
another (e.g a number protocol).

In my case, test1 generates a number protocol, then I POST this number in test2 (using a
different client cert).

If I could save all the test1's protocols in a "global resource", then I think I could
use your idea. Do you know if it is possible (in a thread-safe manner)?

Thanks in advance!

Riko

>
> Riko,
>
> Can't you start two different Grinder agents, one running a script with
> test1 and the other running a different script with test2?
>
> The console should be able to sort the stats out.
>
>       Olivier
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