StresStimulus handles cookie correlation automatically. Every time a server response contains a Set-Cookie header, StresStimulus acts accordingly and sets the request cookie value in all subsequent requests. However, in some rare instances, the request cookie value is set by some client-side script and can't be automatically correlated. For example, an application can have a client script that, after every click, sets a timeout cookie to a few minutes into the future to monitor user inactivity. While load testing such a test case, the recorded value of this cookie can't be used because the server will think the VU is inactive. In these cases, you can use the Set-Cookie object to parameterize the cookie value manually.
To use the set-cookie object:
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