Typically during test run, the test case is replayed multiple times. A single replay of the test case by a single VU is called a test iteration.
You can set a delay between iterations by using the Delay after the Test Case property. The following options are available:
|Zero||There is no delay. The next iteration or test case will start as soon as the previous one is complete.|
There is a constant delay. The next iteration or test case will start after a constant time period elapsed.
Another property will appear called Constant delay (s), where you can specify the delay value.
This selection ensures that the execution time of a test case is equal or exceeds a given minimum duration. If necessary, a delay is automatically added to meet that requirement. Then the next iteration or next test case will start after a minimum duration has elapsed. Another property will appear called Minimum Iteration duration(s), where you can specify the delay value.
When the test cases are executed sequentially, they are combined in the test case groups. The Delay after the Test Case property is used to set the wait time between the test case executions in the group.