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The following methods are used to add more test cases to an existing test.

  • Recording a test case
  • Setting a test case from existing sessions
  • Cloning a test case
  • Importing a test case from another test
  • Setting a Test Case from a .saz or .har session file or JMeter result file.

Recording a Test Case

Adding additional test cases to a test is done the same way as creating the first one. First you can record a test case or set existing sessions as a test case as described in Recording Test Case.

Select the Add Test Case option to create another test case.

Cloning a Test Case

To clone a selected test case, in the Managing Test Case(s) section, click Clone Test Case on the toolbar. All sessions and test case objects will be duplicated.

Importing a Test Case from another test

Test cases can be imported from one test to another. In the Managing Test Case(s) section, click Import Test Cases from another Test on the toolbar and then in the Windows Explorer pop-up window, select an .ssconfig file and click Open. All test cases from the selected test will be imported into the current test. All test objects will be copied into the .ssconfig file of the current test, and all .saz files with sessions will be copied into the current folder.

 

Tip: If you need to import some but not all test cases, then after the import, delete the test cases you do not need.


Setting a Test Case from a Session File

Click Open a session file as a Test Case and select a Fiddler file (.saz,  HTTP archive file (.har) or JMeter result file. The selected file will be imported as a new Test Case.


 

Tip: Test cases on the list are sorted alphabetically. Rename the test cases to displays them in the order you need.

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