Indicates that the present request is the target of an HTTP redirect in the response to the preceding request. When a request is defined as an HTTP redirect, the recorded URL or the parameters will not be used to play the request. Instead it will use the result of the preceding request dynamically (the preceding request must have a response of the type
302 Moved Temporarily). This is extremely useful in the case of pages causing redirects containing dynamically-generated parameters (e.g.
searchID is generated by the server).
In this mode, it is possible to edit the referrer, in other words the request whose response is the redirect. This request must be located earlier than the current request in the scenario. NeoLoad then displays the redirect URL used in the recording.