By default, LoadComplete does not stop load tests if an error occurs. On the Stop on Error page of the Load Test editor, you can change this behavior and set the number of errors, on which LoadComplete will stop the load test run.
Stop test on error - Select this check box to configure your load test to stop when the specified number of errors occurs.
Enter the number of errors. LoadComplete will take into account both the errors occurring during request simulation and SLA criteria violations.
For more information on stopping load tests on errors, see Stopping Tests on Errors.
To configure your test to stop a virtual user on errors, set the error limit for that virtual user in the virtual user table.