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Selecting Variables

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

In the Select Variable dialog, you select a variable you want to use for parameterization, data correlation, response validation, or to create a condition to check in your scenario.

To call the dialog, click the button in:

Select Variable Dialog

The dialog lists all variables declared in your project’s Variables collection and in the current scenario (and all its subscenarios, if any).

Click to show variables grouped by their sources. Project variables will be shown as child elements of the project. Scenario variables will be grouped by requests for which your tested web server returned responses in which the scenario variables are defined.

Click to show or hide variables that are not used in any request. Click to show or hide variables that pass data to requests.

Click to show or hide user-defined variables. Click to show or hide auto-correlation variables (variables created automatically by the Correlate Request and Response Parameters wizard).

Note: If both the project and the scenario define a variable with the same name, the dialog will show only one of the variables. The variable will include the requests that use the project and scenario variables. During simulation, the test runner will use the scenario variable.

To find the needed variable quickly, use the Quick Search that filters out the variable list according to the text you are typing in the Quick Search edit box. To cancel filtering, erase the text or just click in the Quick Search box.

To create a new project variable, click New Variable and follow the instructions of the Variable wizard.

Select the needed variable and click OK to confirm your choice. Click Cancel to close the dialog without selecting anything.

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