Running a Script

The Replay command lets you make sure that an HTTP script is valid and that commands are executed as expected. To run a script, select the Execute/Replay menu option (or replay toolbar icon ). The replay activity is displayed in the Replay tab of the output window.

The left part of Replay tab is a list composed of 15 columns:

Name

Description

Line

command line number.

Text

A description of the executed command.

Code

HTTP Reply Code (only for HTTP/S requests).

Dns Time time spent to resolve the domain name
Connect Time time spent to do the tcp connection
Ssl handshake Time time spent to do the ssl handshake.
Send Time time spent to send the http request.
Latency Time time spent between the request emission and the first packet reception.

RecvTime

time spent to receive the response.

Elapsed

HTTP request elapsed time: time to load the entire response.

Body Size

HTTP response body size.

ID Display the identifier of the request executed.
Iteration Iteration number.

ConnectID

Connection identifier (see Replay settings). 

ErrorMsg

Error message.

HTTP Requests

Click on the  icon located on the left side of each HTTP request to display the client HTTP headers.
The response (Body, Client HTTP Header, Server HTTP Header) associated with each HTTP request and the web page performance details can be displayed in the HTTP Data Window.
To display the response associated to each HTTP request:
  1. Select an HTTP request from the Replay list.
  2. Click the icon in the toolbar or Right-click and select Replay Request details from the pop-up menu.

  3. The icon will appear to the left of the selected HTTP request.

  4. The response associated with the selected HTTP request is displayed in the HTTP Data window. 

Note: During script execution, a Graphical display of the running scenario is displayed in real time in the HTTP Data Window.

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