Depending on the selected request part, the first read-only column displays:

    • Header - header names
    • Query Parameter - query string parameter names
    • Form Field - web form parameter names


Recorded Value: a read-only column that, depending on the selected request part, displays:

    • recorded header values
    • recorded query string parameter values
    • recorded web form parameter values

     Replace with: a column for storing new dynamic or static values replacing the recorded values. After recording a test case, this column contains:

    • "…" - A placeholder for entering enter a new value. If no value is entered, then the recorded value will be used.
    • {{Auto-Correlated}} - A system variable indicating that this field will be autocorrelated.

Tip: To display the autocorrelation details, click Show autocorrelation parameter details on the toolbar. The extractor names will be displayed. To switch back to the default view, click Hide autocorrelation parameter details.

 It is recommended to use the Variable Picker for entering a variable into the Replace with a column for a parameter. You can also enter an expression containing static text, variables, or combination of thereof.

Creating an expression containing one or several variables and arbitrary text:

  • use the variable picker to enter one variable at a time;
  • manually cut and paste variables into a text editor ( i.e.Notepad) one after another;
  • insert text strings before, between or after the variables, if necessary;
  • copy and paste resulting expression back to the Replace with the column.

Parameterizing URL. URL (GET or POST, with or without query string) can be parameterized using a pseudo-header called {PATH} located under the Header tab. To do so, right-click in the Value column of the URL row and select the desired extractor or data source field in the Parameterization Control.

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