Load Test Editor

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

In the Load Test editor, you can view and edit load tests. This section describes the editor and its contents.

In This Section

About Load Test Editor

Provides general information on the editor and on how to work with it.

Virtual Users Table

Describes how to configure virtual users that will simulate scenarios during the test run.

Load Profile Settings

Describes how to specify how the number of virtual users will change during the test run.

Continuous Load Settings

Describes how to enable continuous load for a test and set test duration.

Think Time Settings

Describes how to set a think time for pages that the test will simulate during the run.

SLA Settings

Describes how to set the SLA criteria that will be monitored during the run.

Stop on Error Settings

Describes how to configure a test to stop when an error limit is reached.

Results Processing Settings

Describes how to configure a test to send its results via email after the run is over.

Load Test Editor - Editing Tasks

Describes what common tasks you can perform with the editor.

Related Topics of Interest

Creating and Configuring Load Tests

Describes how to perform various load testing tasks (how to set the workload profile, control cookies, synchronize virtual users, and so on).

Typical Use Cases

Contains typical use cases applicable to testing Web servers with LoadComplete.

See Also

Creating and Configuring Load Tests
Load Testing With LoadComplete
Typical Use Cases

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