Applies to LoadComplete 4.96, last modified on December 5, 2018

LoadComplete uses variables to store values extracted from server responses and data it gets from external files or generates during the test run.

In This Section

About Variables

Provides general information on variables in LoadComplete and explains how you can use them in scenarios.

Creating, Modifying and Deleting Variables

Explains how to create new variables, modify, and delete existing variables.

Types of Project Variables

Describes types of variables you can use for request parameterization and the ways they get and change their values during the test run.

Using Variables in Requests

Explains how you can use variables to specify request parameter values.

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Parameterizing Requests

Explains how to assign variable values to request parameters during the test run.

Data Correlation

Describes how to extract data from server responses, save them to variables, and insert into subsequent requests.

Validating Response Contents

Describes how to create validation rules that compare server response contents against some expected values.

Specifying Appropriate Request Data

Explains why it is important to use appropriate test data and describes typical cases when data modification is needed.

Changing the Tested Server

Explains how to retarget requests in a scenario to a server, whose URL is stored in a variable.

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