Applies to LoadComplete 4.91, last modified on June 7, 2018

After a load test run is over, LoadComplete automatically shows the test log. It contains information on the test run, simulated requests and received response codes. We use this data both to analyze load test results and find possible causes of a test failure.

Report Panel

The Report panel contains summary information on the load test. It also contains various graphs, charts and tables that show load testing statistics.

LoadComplete automatically opens the Report page after the load test is over. You can also open the page by double-clicking the Report item in the Project Explorer. For more information on the panel, its tabbed pages and information they show, see the panel description.

Details Panel

The Details panel contains information on all the request simulated during the test run and the responses received from the server. For more information, see the panel description.

If no requests were simulated with warnings or errors, LoadComplete considers the test run successful. Otherwise, it considers it failed. In this case, you can try to resolve the problems so that the test passes next time.

Resolving Issues

If you need help with analyzing results and resolving errors and warnings, click Ask for Assistance on the Test Engine toolbar at the top of LoadComplete window. This will open a web page, where you can contact product specialists. By default, LoadComplete suggests contacting a product specialist after scenario verification fails, or if a load test with 25 or fewer virtual users fails.

You can also try troubleshooting yourself. See Resolving Errors and Warnings.

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See Also

Creating Your First Test
Getting Started Tutorial
Running Load Tests
Typical Use Cases

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