Verifying a Test Scenario
You can verify your test scenario before running the test. This is useful to make sure that scenario does not
contain errors, especially when you calculate parameters dynamically.
Click the Verify Test button on the toolbar to verify a test scenario. You will see the following dialog where you can select which profiles should be verified:
Check the necessary profiles in the list and click Verify. During the verification test, all selected profiles will start simultaneously with a single user for each of them. Users run their profiles once and without delays. The program uses the first Load Agent checked in the list of Load Agents for the verification tests.
Note that you cannot define the number of virtual users and test duration for the verification tests. You cannot schedule such tests either. The test starts immediately after you click the Verify button in the dialog above.
During the test, WAPT Pro collects the complete test data including server response codes for each request. On test completion, WAPT Pro generates the Summary Report and the full log of test run.
Click on the Summary Report folder in the Navigation Pane to display the report.
Expand the Logs folder in the Navigation Pane to see the log.
WAPT Pro does not make graphs and HTML Report for the verification test.
WAPT Pro performs optimization of variables. If some variable is not actually used for parameterization of requests, it is not created during the test. However, during verification tests optimization of variables is turned off to speed up these tests.
Summary Report shows response codes for each request in the test sequence.
Here you can read the detailed description of response codes.
You can save the Summary Report as HTML file in required location. Right-click on the displayed report and select the Save Current Report to HTML... option on the context menu. You will be able to view this report later, at any time you wish just from a web browser.
Full log will help you know what occurred during test run. It includes information on all requests, responses, redirects and returned HTML code. Log files are really important to verify that dynamic parameters are correctly found and calculated.