Use the Free-format Request Editor similarly to the Parameterization Editor. To edit data, select a value (a) that should be replaced and right -click . Then select a source variable in the Variable Picker (b). The color-coded read-only variable control (c) will be inserted. it has the following format (c):
<variable> is the name of the variable selected in the variable picker;
<value> is the recorded value.
When you finish editing, click Save (d).
To concatenate two variables, after inserting the first variable, place the cursor at the end of the first variable control, right-click and select the second variable in the Variable Picker. The second variable control will be inserted.
|title||Parameterizing WCF binary requests:|
- You can parameterize textual tokens embedded into binary requests, such as AMF requests used in Flash and AIR applications. A token can be surrounded by a binary unreadable message. Just select the recorded token, right-click and in the variable picker, select a variable to replace the token.
- WCF binary requests can be parameterized as easily as regular text encoded requests because StresStimulus decodes them and displays them as text. The message "Format: WCF binary" will appear on the toolbar.
|title||Parameterizing RESTful requests:|
To parameterize a RESTful GET request (without a query string), replace any sub-string of the URL with a variable. For example, if you recorded the request
http://example.com/resources/item01 , then you can replace the "
item01" with a dataset value or extractor.