Bug Fixes in LoadComplete 4.95

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

In LoadComplete 4.95, the following bugs reported by our customers have been fixed:

  • Fixed: LoadComplete recorded an unexpectedly long think time for requests.

  • Fixed: When simulating a request, LoadComplete could simulate cookies recorded for another request.

  • Fixed: When recording traffic for a web server that used non-standard ports, LoadComplete did not record port numbers for Host headers.

  • Fixed: It was not possible to change the width of the Request Body panel's Field column in a test log.

  • Fixed: The "Context expired" error could occur when working with SSL traffic.

  • Fixed: The Runtime Graphs did not show all content on screens with high DPI settings.

  • Fixed: If an error occurred when adding a performance counter for a host to a LoadComplete project, the error message indicated a UNIX system on the target host regardless of the actual operating system running on that host.

  • Fixed: It could take unexpectedly much time for LoadComplete to verify a scenario.

  • Fixed: Sometimes, if a response contained an image, the Response Body panel could not show it and stopped responding.

  • Fixed: The comparison report highlighted the results of comparing scenario completion time values incorrectly.

  • Fixed: LoadComplete could create only one Excel variable during a session.

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