Overview Many web applications use Epoch/UNIX dynamic timestamp values for validation and session info. When NeoLoad records a User Path, it marks the current value and timestamp. When replayed, these values and timestamps might be out of date and invalid, causing the User Path to ...Read More
Overview Typically NL-NETWORK-01 errors occur when your server fails to respond with the expected result that NeoLoad awaits. The following article serves as a best practice guide for you to attempt to resolve on your own. Since there are several reasons for NL-NETWORK-01 errors, ...Read More
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In NeoLoad, SQL Database support is built-in out of the box. Its configuration is straightforward and implementing in projects is extremely easy. Manipulating an SQL database is typically made up of queries, and as with any database, the first thing you must do is ...Read More
Most applications typically contain some option and function to search through them or to be able to find desired vital points inside. NeoLoad is no exception save for its usefulness in which it presents this type of feature, aptly named: flagging. Flagging an item ...Read More
One of NeoLoad’s exclusive features provides end users with the ability to automate the redesign of a pre-existing user path script. Having this feature alone saves users vast amounts of time having to rebuild a complicated user path from scratch. Complex advanced actions, SQL ...Read More