When a request is selected in the User Path tree, a click on the Advanced button displays the Advanced dialog box.
The Request headers tab displays the HTTP request headers. Existing headers may be edited or deleted or new headers added. A variable may be used as a header value.
The Advanced settings tab is only available for HTTP requests. According to the type of request selected in the User Path tree, the following group boxes may be displayed:
The referrer is used when a request is:
header in the server response to the referrer.
file. This function stores the content of the response on the machine executing the Virtual Users in order to check it externally:
— as described in NeoLoad files. The field also contains the template of the default filename
variable is replaced with a unique integer. A unique file is generated each time the request is executed.
The Variable extractors tab lists the available variable extractors. A variable extractor extracts a string from the server response to this request and assigns the string to a variable. For more information, see Variable extractors
The Recorded request tab displays the request content recorded when recording the scenario.
The Recorded response tab displays the response content returned by the server when recording the scenario.
Ticking the Edit check box allows editing the recorded response content. For more information, see Update recorded content.