Jmeter getting a .csv file of results

Thought I would put down the options I use for capturing results in a CSV file. It is worth mentioning the difference between latency and elapsed. If you have a transaction wrapper around some samplers then elapsed give the overhead of managing the samplers while latency is the sum of the latency experiened by the sampler.

If you are running the test from the command line you can change the following properties in the jmeter property file

jmeter.save.saveservice.output_format=csv
jmeter.save.saveservice.default_delimiter=,

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