2. Scripting the Load Test Session

As a category, once you have a Load Test session, these are the areas that will need addressing

  1. HTTP Response Verification & Failure Actions: Validate HTTP responses and what to do when they are not as expected.

  2. Var Handler: This powerful tool displays detailed information about a recorded URL and supports composing dynamically exchanged session parameters over the entire Web-surfing session. At the Var Handler’s core is extracting values from received HTML pages into variables - from HTML forms or hyperlink-parameters - and to assign such variables to parameters of succeeding HTTP requests, instead of using the "burned in" values of a recorded Web surfing session. 

    1. Var Finder: Searches and finds dynamically-exchanged CGI (or form) parameters. Var Finder also supports extracting variables from Input files and from "user input fields" (global load test program parameters).

    2. Input fields: be prompted to Add load test program options (arbitrary global variables), at the start of the load test.

    3. Input files: extract variables from external text files.

  3. Inner Loops: define “inner loops” which include only some web pages of a recorded web surfing session.

  4. URL Loops: add loops with to the recorded session.

  5. User-Defined Transactions and Page Breaks: defining and inserting Transactions, or belated Page Breaks, into the recorded session.

  6. Inline Scripts: enhance the load test program with additional features.

  7. Load Test Plugins: pre-compiled Java classes that can be loaded into the recorded web session to enhance the functionality of a load test program.


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