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

About the Response Header Panel

The Response Header panel shows the header contents of the response LoadComplete received from the test server to the request currently selected in the Details panel.

Below is a sample view of the panel:

Response Header Panel

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Information on the Panel

The panel has the following columns:

Column Description
Field The header field of the response received from the tested web server. For information on possible header fields, see the HTTP documentation.
Recorded The header field’s recorded value. It can be either the value LoadComplete recorded during scenario recording or the value you specified manually in the Scenario editor.
Simulated The header field values that the test engine actually received from the tested web server during the test run.
To view the full contents of the received responses’ headers after the test run, make sure the Store log data option is set to All data (Report + Details) and set the Store request and response data option to Start line and headers or Complete data (start line, headers and body). Otherwise, the Simulated column will show only the start line of the response.
Note: If the header field value exists only during test recording and is absent during the test run, the Simulated column will be empty. Similarly, if the field value does not exist during test recording, but is used during test simulation, the Recorded field will be empty.

The panel highlights differences between recorded responses and received responses with various colors:

Highlighting the differences between the recorded and actual responses

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  • Transparent - The obtained value is the same as the recorded value.

  • Yellow - The obtained value differs from the recorded value.

  • Pink - The recorded value is not present in the received response.

  • Blue - The obtained value is not present in the recorded response.

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