Jenkins Job and Jenkins Pipeline are basically the same. In a pipeline you define the steps of your job as groovy code (actually it is CPS https://github.com/jenkinsci/workflow-cps-plugin, but that should in general just be a custom groovy interpreter).
The point, that is making pipelines "better", form my perspective, is, that you can add those in so-...
JMeter supports headless operation, in fact it's even the recommended mode for best load testing results. From Non-GUI Mode (Command Line mode):
For load testing, you must run JMeter in this mode (Without the GUI)
to get the optimal results from it. To do so, use the following
This specifies JMeter is to run in non-gui ...
I got the answer on StackOverflow :
You can pass the xml file name as parameter to the maven test command. First need to change the pom file as follows.
This is a good question for stackoverflow as well.
selenium tests often break because chrome is updated automatically and the chromedriver does not, or vice-versa.
Just make sure the chromedriver you're using fits the chrome version that you have.
Note version 2.43 and chrome 70 are not exactly compatible even though ...
Following command line if you plan to run the same application in both a headless and a traditional environment: more details
You can add environment variable in Jenkins configurations
Manage Jenkins -> Configure System -> Global Properties -> Environment Variables section As:
Name : DISPLAY
Installing Jenkins ...