Alphabetical Listing of Web Functions - Java

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Note: Although certain links may indicate the "C language" form of the function, the linked topic also contains the Java form.

Function Name
Adds a customized header to all subsequent HTTP requests.
Adds a new cookie or modifies an existing one.
Adds a customized header to the next HTTP request.
Cleans the content of the cache simulator.
Removes all previous customized headers from HTTP requests.
Removes all cookies currently stored by the Vuser.
Marks the end of a concurrent group.
Marks the beginning of a concurrent group.
Allows you to create a custom HTTP request with any method supported by HTTP.
Disables Keep-Alive HTTP connections.
Enables Keep-Alive HTTP connections.
Searches inside an HTML page for a specified text string.
Returns specific information about the previous HTTP request.
Emulates a mouse click on the image defined by the attributes.
Verifies the presence of a specified image inside an HTML page.
Emulates a mouse click on the link that is defined by the attributes.
Registers a search for a text string for the next Action function.
Saves dynamic data from an HTML page to a parameter.
Stops adding a specific header to subsequent HTTP requests.
Removes the specified cookie.
Stops scripts from adding a specific header to subsequent HTTP requests.
Saves request and response headers to a variable.
Causes a script to use a specific certificate that is listed in the Internet Explorer registry.
Specifies location and format information of a certificate and key file.
Sets the maximum length of retrieved dynamic HTML information.
Sets the maximum number of retries for an Action step.
Sets a web option.
Specifies that all subsequent HTTP requests be directed to the specified proxy server.
Specifies the list of URLs that scripts access directly, i.e., not via the specified proxy server.
Specifies whether or not the proxy server should bypass local addresses.
Specifies that all secure HTTP requests be directed to the specified secure proxy server.
Sets an option for secure sockets.
Specifies the maximum amount of time that a script waits for a specified operation to be performed.
Specifies a login string for a web server.
Performs an "unconditional" or "contextless" form submission.
Performs a POST request; submits forms.
Performs a GET request; receives pages or images.