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Request Context Menu 

IconCommandDescription
Show Session InspectorOpen Session Inspector in a new tab
Edit SessionEdit the selected session
Clone SessionClone the selected object
Delete SessionDelete the selected object(s)

Create Transaction

Create a transaction starting from the selected object
Create LoopCreate a loop starting from the selected object
Create PageCreate a page starting from the selected object
Create If...Then

Create If...Then starting from the selected object

Create Do...While

Create Do...While starting from the selected object

Create CommentInsert a Comment
Insert Delay

Insert a Delay after the selected object

Insert Rendezvous

Insert a Rendezvous after the selected object

Insert Skip-To-Next-Iteration

Insert a Skip to Next Iteration after the selected object

Create ExtractorCreate an Extractor from the selected session response
Create ParameterCreate a Parameter in the selected session request
Create ValidatorCreate a Validator of the selected session response
Show PropertiesShow the property grid on the bottom
Hide PropertiesHide property grid on the bottom



Request Properties

Property

Description

HostThe host
PathThe path
QueryThe query string
Timeout (s)

The maximum amount of time for sending or receiving a web socket frame. A timeout error is triggered if the session's response time exceeds the Timeout.

Caching RulesSelect "Not Cached" to always request the session disregarding recorded caching headers. Select "Cached" to never request the session for returning VUs with enabled caching. Select "Normal" to use the recorded caching headers.
DisabledSelect Yes to prevent sending this request during replay. The default is No.
Concurrency modeSelect Parallel to mark this request for issuing in parallel with other requests. Select Sequential to mark this request for issuing sequentially. By default, request concurrency is determined by the system. Concurrency mode is one of several factors that determine if the request will send parallel or sequentially. Select Asynchronous to issue this request and so subsequent actions do not wait for its response.
Async Delay (s)The wait time after the Asynchronous request is issued before continuing the next action.
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