Recording User Scenarios

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

To specify the actions, which virtual users “perform”, you use scenarios (or user scenarios). A scenario is a sequence of requests to send to the tested server and responses to them. To create user scenarios, you record your actions in a web browser or another web client application. After that, you can assign a scenario to a virtual user or users to simulate this scenario during the test playback.

This section contains information on recording user scenarios with LoadComplete.

In This Section

About Scenario Recording

Explains why recording is needed and contains step-by-step instructions on how to record user scenarios in LoadComplete.

Configuring Recording Settings in the Record User Scenario Dialog

Describes how you configure the recording settings in the Record User Scenario dialog.

Adding Traffic to Existing Scenarios

Describes how to append more traffic to an existing scenario.

Recording Parallel Requests

Describes how LoadComplete records parallel requests your web browser sends when loading web pages.

Recording Custom Pages

Describes how to create custom pages during recording.

Viewing Recorded Requests and Responses

Describes how you can obtain recorded requests and responses with LoadComplete.

Connections in the Recorded Traffic

Describes why connections are important and how LoadComplete works with them.

Recording - Specifics and Known Issues

Describes specifics of traffic recording in LoadComplete.

Recording - Tips

Describes how to make scenario recording more effective.

Recording Toolbar

Describes the Recording toolbar and its items.

Related Topics of Interest

Preparing for Recording

Describes how to prepare your computer for recording a scenario.

Editing Scenarios

Describes how to parameterize simulated requests and define validation rules.

Creating and Configuring Load Tests

Provides information about creating tests from recorded scenarios.

Running Load Tests

Provides information about running tests.

See Also

Load Testing With LoadComplete
Load Testing - Basic Concepts

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