Script keys

If you are using a DevWeb script that includes encrypted data, you can create a script key in LoadRunner Cloud that includes the encryption key and link it to the script. This enables you to run the script without having to expose the encryption key within the script itself.

For details on encrypting data in DevWeb scripts, see Encode sensitive data in the DevWeb Help Center.

Manage script keys

To create, edit, or delete a script key, select Assets > Script Keys and perform the desired action:

Action Description

Click the Create button to open the New Key dialog box.

To upload the encryption key from a file:

  1. Click Add from file and select the relevant file that contains the AES 256-bit key.
  2. If required, you can change the name (by default, the file name is used).
  3. Optionally add a description.
  4. Click Save.

To manually create a script key:

  1. Add a name.
  2. Optionally add a description.
  3. Add the AES 256-bit key.
  4. Click Save.

Note: You can also create a script key from the Assign key to scripts dialog box. For details, see Assign a script key.


Click to the Edit button edit the following information for an existing script key:

  • Name
  • Description
Delete Click the Delete button to delete the script key.

If you have assigned the script key to a script, the number of scripts in which it is used is displayed in the Usage column, and the script names in which it is used are displayed in the Related Scripts section.

You assign a script key to a script in Assets > Scripts. For details, see Assign a script key.