The topics of this section explain how to modify the recorded user scenarios.
In This Section
Describes how to add new operations to scenarios, change the parent-child relations of operations and operation order, and how to remove operations from scenarios.
Describes how to view and edit properties of operations in scenarios.
Explains how you can temporary exclude operations from scenarios not to simulate them during the test run.
Describes how to add custom pages to recorded scenarios.
Explains how to assign custom names to recorded pages, connections, and requests.
Explains how you can modify the time that a virtual user “spends” on each web page in the scenario before opening another page.
Explains why you may need to edit recorded requests in scenarios, and describes how you can do it in LoadComplete.
Explains why you may need to specify an arbitrary set of operations as a transaction, and describes how you can do this in LoadComplete.
Explains how LoadComplete simulates concurrent requests in concurrent connections and how you can edit concurrent connections and requests in scenarios.
Explains how to configure LoadComplete to report specific response codes in a needed way.
Explains how to set service level agreement (SLA) criteria for individual requests, pages, and other operations in scenarios.
Explains how you can change the target server for a scenario, for example, to switch from the development server to the test server.
Explains how to configure the scenario not to simulate traffic to unneeded servers.
Explains how to configure a scenario to pause simulation.
Explains how you can control the traffic flow during the scenario simulation.
Explains how to create a custom scenario that groups multiple scenarios and runs them in series.
Explains how you can post custom messages, including custom errors and warnings, to the test log.
Explains how to undo and redo changes you make in the Scenario editor.
Related Topics of Interest
Explains how to parameterize load tests so that different virtual users use different data.
Load Testing With LoadComplete