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

This concludes the Creating Your First Test tutorial. We hope it has helped you to get acquainted with LoadComplete. To get more information about LoadComplete and its features, please refer to the LoadComplete Help. Below is a list of help topics that may be of interest to you.

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Creating and Configuring Load Tests

This section provides information on how to create load tests in LoadComplete and to perform typical tasks like synchronizing virtual users or defining workload profiles.

Recording User Scenarios

This section provides information on recording scenarios in LoadComplete.

Typical Use Cases

This section provides information on how to set up a test procedure and perform typical load testing tasks with LoadComplete.

Parameterizing Requests

This section describes how you can use external data for parameters of simulated requests.

Data Correlation

This section describes how to extract data from server responses and pass it to further requests so that the simulated traffic is properly correlated.

Distributed Testing

Explains how to share the load among several workstations.

Load Testing on Cloud Computers

Explains how to generate a load from cloud machines and describes the built-in cloud support provided by LoadComplete.

Server Monitoring

Describes how you can monitor performance of the tested server with LoadComplete.

Running Load Tests

This section provides information on how to run load tests.

Analyzing Results

This section provides information on analyzing load test results.

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Getting Started Tutorial

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