The Test Case Tree displays the Test Case Objects Hierarchy. To insert a new object into a test case, right-click on the test case node > Insert Object > select the object to insert > click Insert Into option

There are 2 types of objects that can be inserted into a test case. A container object that can have zero or more objects contained inside it and a regular object that can't have any other objects inside it.

The types of regular objects that can be inserted are:

The types of container objects that can be inserted are:

The number of supported hierarchical levels is practically unrestricted. A rich object hierarchy allows more precise emulation of the most complex test scenarios and also more granular performance metering. For example, you can create a transaction with any number of pages, loops, and other transactions or any parts of a loop, page, or transaction. After that, StresStimulus will monitor this transaction and create its performance sub-report.

To insert a new object as a sibling to another, right-click on the sibling > Insert Object > select the object to insert > click Insert Into option > Insert Before to insert the object before the sibling or Insert After to insert the object after the sibling.

Inserting requests

Inserting requests into the test case tree can only be done through the recorder or web API test builder.

The following commands with objects are supported:

  • You can display as many or as few details on the tree as you need. Every additional click on the Expand (a) button displays one more hierarchical level. To display the entire tree, click the Expand button several times. The Collapse (b) button works the same way but in reverse. 
  • You can re-position objects on the tree. To move loops, transactions, and pages on the test case tree, select the object, right-click and select Move Up (c) or Move Down in the context menu.
  • To move requests, select, then drag and drop to a new position. From the context menu, you can also create or delete new objects.
  • If you made a mistake in creating, deleting, or re-positioning an object and wish to cancel the change, click Undo (d) on the toolbar or hit Ctr+Z.
  • To cancel Undo, click Redo (e) or hit Ctr+Y. Multiple sequential Undo and Redo are supported.
  • Test case tree object descriptions are copyable. Just select any object and hit Ctrl+C, and its description will be copied to the clipboard. Use this value for any test configuration operations or manual scripting, such as searching, creating extractors, or parameters.

You can change the properties of any selected object in its property grid, displayed below the object tree.

Info: The list of properties of these objects is available in User Interface Reference ->Test Case Tree.
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