Verifying Scenarios and Tests

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

It is a good practice to verify your scenarios before creating tests based on a scenario or after editing a scenario. Verification is like debugging - it helps you make sure that your scenarios work correctly.

You can –

  • Verify a scenario. LoadComplete will simulate a scenario with a single virtual user to check the scenario’s requests and responses. This way you can find such issues as missing login requests, unhandled dynamic parameters, and so on.

  • Verify a test created from a scenario. Run your tests with a small number of virtual users to check playback options you set for your test.

In This Section

Verifying User Scenarios

Explains how to check whether a scenario can run correctly with a single virtual user.

Verifying Tests

Explains how to verify a test based on a scenario.

Selecting Verification Settings

Explains how to specify the page think time to be used during scenario verification.

What to Do if Verification Fails

Explains how to troubleshoot scenario verification failures.

Related Topics of Interest

Running Single-User Tests

Explains how you can use single-user tests as regression tests on early stages.

See Also

Creating and Configuring Load Tests
Load Testing With LoadComplete

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