You can add a script to the Scenario Scripts list using the Add Script dialog box. Once you have added the script to the list, you can view the details of the script you selected, edit the script, enable/disable it, or change its runtime settings.
To add a script:
Understanding the Add Script Dialog Box
The Add Script dialog box enables you to add scripts to your scenario.
Select Script: Displays the available scripts in the current directory.
Note: While a scenario is running, you can add Vuser scripts to the scenario and enable them. However, if you add a script after all the Vusers in the scenario have been ramped up, the new script will not run in the scenario.
Viewing Script Information
Once you have added a script to the list, you can view the details of the script you selected, edit the script, enable/disable it, or change its run-time settings.
To view script details:
To delete a script:
Select the script and click the Remove Scriptbutton to the right of the Scenario Scripts window, or right-click the script and selectRemove Script.
To disable a script
Click the box to the left of the Vuser script name. The color of the script entry changes to gray, indicating that the script will not take part in the scenario. To re-enable the Vuser script, click the same box again.
Understanding the Script Information Dialog Box
Lets you view the details of a selected script and modify its settings.
Script: Displays details of the selected script.
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