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via Google Groups by aditya siram, 1 year ago
There were no requests > sent during the simulation, reports won't be generated at > io.gatling.charts.report.ReportsGenerator.generateFor(ReportsGenerator.scala:48) at > io.gatling.app.LogFileProcessor.generateReports(RunResultProcessor.scala:64) at > io.gatling.app.LogFileProcessor.processRunResult(RunResultProcessor.scala:43)
via Google Groups by Rob Gates, 1 year ago
There were no requests sent during the simulation, reports won't be generated at io.gatling.charts.report.ReportsGenerator.generateFor(ReportsGenerator.scala:48) at io.gatling.app.LogFileProcessor.generateReports(RunResultProcessor.scala:64) at io.gatling.app.LogFileProcessor.processRunResult(RunResultProcessor.scala:43)
java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: There were no requests
> sent during the simulation, reports won't be generated
     at
> io.gatling.charts.report.ReportsGenerator.generateFor(ReportsGenerator.scala:48)
     at
> io.gatling.app.LogFileProcessor.generateReports(RunResultProcessor.scala:64)
     at
> io.gatling.app.LogFileProcessor.processRunResult(RunResultProcessor.scala:43)	at io.gatling.app.Gatling.start(Gatling.scala:66)	at io.gatling.app.Gatling$.start(Gatling.scala:57)	at io.gatling.app.Gatling$.fromArgs(Gatling.scala:49)