View results

You can view test data displayed in real time or after a test has completed in multiple graphs or from consolidated reports. Online and offline analysis capabilities include performance trending, anomaly detection, and root cause analysis.

View the results list

The Results page, shows a list of all the load tests run in a specified date range.

Configure the view

You can configure and sort the load tests included in the list using the following options:

Group by

Group the load tests by the following fields:

  • Test name
  • Triggered by
  • Status
  • Date
Assign and filter by labels For details, see Assign labels below.
Date range Select the start and end dates for the range.
Search Search for load tests that include a specific string in the name.

Navigate to graphs and reports

For each load test run, you can navigate to different graphs and reports to analyze the results. In the row for a specific load test run, click the vertical ellipsis (More) and select from the following options:

  • Dashboard. Opens the Dashboard pane with graphs that can help you analyze the performance of a selected run for a load test. For details, see Dashboard.

  • Report. Opens the Report pane. The available reports are: Summary, Top 10 Transactions, Passed & failed Transactions per second, Errors per second, Errors Summary, Throughput & Hits per second, Scripts, Distribution, and HTTP Responses. For details, see Report.

  • CSV. Opens the Export results dialog box, which allows you to choose what to export to your CSV file. For details, see Export as CSV.

  • Single user performance. View Single user performance data reports.
  • Add note. Lets you add a note to the selected test result set. After you add a note, the Note icon appears in the test run row and the More options menu shows Edit note. You can add a note to a test run with any status and with a duration greater than zero.

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Assign labels

Use labels to help you organize scripts in your repository, or to organize your load tests in the Load Tests and Results pages. The labels you create are common to both scripts and load tests.

Labels can be nested in sub-categories:

Click to expand the Labels pane.

You can perform the following actions for labels:

Action How to

Create a label

 

  1. In the Labels pane, click Create label to open the New label dialog box.
  2. Give the label a name.
  3. Optionally, nest the label under another label.
  4. Click to select a label color.
Edit a label

From the Labels pane, highlight a label.

Click the vertical ellipsis and select Edit.

Delete a label

From the Labels pane, highlight a label.

Click the vertical ellipsis and select Remove.

Removing a label also removes any sub-labels.

Assign a color to the label

From the Labels pane, highlight a label.

Click the vertical ellipsis and select Color.

Add a sub-label

From the Labels pane, highlight a label.

Click the vertical ellipsis and select Add sub-label.

Assign a label
  1. In the Assets > Scripts grid, select the check box of the scripts you want to label. For Results or Load tests, select one item in the grid.
  2. Expand the Assign labels drop down.
  3. Select one or more labels to assign to the selected items.

Use the Search box to find a label name.

Filter by a label

You can filter scripts, load tests, and results by a specific label.

In the Labels pane, highlight the label or sub-label to search for.

Use the Search box to find a label name.

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