Bug Fixes in LoadComplete 4.80

Applies to LoadComplete 4.97, last modified on May 20, 2019

In LoadComplete 4.80, the following bugs reported by our customers have been fixed:

  • Fixed: LoadComplete did not send cookies to a scenario’s target web server if the server was specified in the scenario’s Host List by a variable.

  • Fixed: If Internet Explorer was working in the Automatic configuration proxy mode (the "Use automatic configuration script" option was enabled), LoadComplete disabled that mode when recording traffic via proxy, which prevented Internet Explorer from connecting to the tested web server.

  • Fixed: When recording and simulating long-polling requests, LoadComplete sometimes failed to capture the response body correctly. As a result, the the response body was empty in the recorded scenarios and in the test log.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete could crash when creating data correlation rules for requests and responses.

  • Fixed: When recording time-consuming requests with LoadComplete, LoadComplete could close the connection to the tested web server.

  • Fixed: If a non-existing variable was used to parameterize a JSON request, it was impossible to parameterize the other values of the request in the Request Body panel of the recorded scenario.

  • Fixed: The Recorded and Simulated captions were missing from the Request Body and Response Body panels of the Details log.

  • Fixed: Current date variables in the Variables editor showed only the first two decimal places of their offset parameter.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete could exit unexpectedly when working with the context menu of the Details panel of the test log.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete reported the response body size as “n/a” in the Details log.

  • Fixed: When simulating traffic to a web server that uses NTLM authentication, the server could report unexpected 401 Unauthorized errors.

  • Fixed: If no virtual users were simulated during the test run, the Scenario Completion Time table of the test log exported to a PDF file showed -1 as the number of simulated virtual users.

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