Bug Fixes in LoadComplete 4.90

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

In LoadComplete 4.90, the following bugs reported by our customers have been fixed:

  • Fixed: LoadComplete estimated the response transfer speed for short requests incorrectly.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete failed to launch Amazon cloud computer instances upon starting a test and terminated the test run.

  • Fixed: Some web sites that use the WebSocket protocol could behave unexpectedly, or they could stop responding during scenario recording.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete could exit unexpectedly when running a test that included user-defined transactions.

  • Fixed: The Details test log did not show the iteration number for operations executed in a loop (child operations of the Loop or While operation).

  • Fixed: LoadComplete could not correlate dynamic parameters automatically if a response parameter was URL-encoded.

  • Fixed: Tested web sites could report timeout errors when recording long responses (those that took up to several minutes or more).

  • Fixed: Unexpected errors could occur when monitoring performance counters on slow Unix-based computers.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete could freeze or exit unexpectedly when showing the contents of large response bodies in the Details test log.

  • Fixed: Sometimes, LoadComplete could fail to run a load test reporting that all remote agents are not available.

  • Fixed: If a scenario name included trailing spaces, LoadComplete could not open the scenario from the test log.

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