After you start executing a test, you may need to stop it before it has been executed completely. For example, if you see that the test is executed incorrectly from the beginning and there is no need to continue the execution, you may need to terminate the test run and modify the test to change some problematic requests. Another example is terminating a test that is executed for too long and you need to stop it at the moment.
To stop a running test, do any of the following:
Click the Stop button on LoadComplete’s indicator (the icon that is shown in the top right corner of the screen when the test is being executed).
Click the Stop button on the Test Engine toolbar.
Select Test | Stop from the LoadComplete main menu.
Press the shortcut key that is used to stop tests. By default, it is Shift+F2. To modify this shortcut, use the Customize Keyboard dialog.
After the test execution is over, you can analyze the results of the executed part and find possible reasons for incorrect execution in the test log. The test log is automatically opened after you terminate the load test.