Creating and Configuring Load Tests

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

This section contains topics that describe how to create and manage load tests in LoadComplete and how to simulate virtual users.

In This Section

Creating a New Load Test

Explains how to add a new test to the project.

Importing Tests

Explains how to import existing tests to a project.

Creating and Deleting Virtual Users

Describes how to create and remove virtual users.

Specifying User Connection Speed

Explains how to emulate connections that have different speed.

Specifying User Browser

Explains how to specify the browser a virtual user will “work” with.

Defining Workload Profile

Describes how to emulate workload growth.

Setting The Overall Test Duration

Describes how to create long-term load on the tested server.

Synchronizing Virtual Users

Describes how you can synchronize the simulation of various virtual users.

Managing Cookies

Describes how to handle cookies when simulating recorded traffic.

Setting Page Think Time Behavior

Explains how you can set think time used by the test to control the pace of the test run.

Distributed Testing

Explains how to set up and use additional load stations to generate a large number of virtual users.

Load Testing in Load-Balanced Environments

Describes how to simulate virtual users in a load-balanced environment.

Load Testing on Cloud Computers

Describes how to simulate virtual users on cloud computers.

Managing Load Stations

Describes the Station editor where you can view and manage remote computers on which you simulate virtual users.

Configuring Performance Counters

Describes the Counters page where you can add counters to monitor the tested server performance during the test run.

See Also

Load Testing With LoadComplete

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