NeoLoad – Random Integer Variable

‘Random Integer’ is a type of variable in NeoLoad to generate the integer number randomly. It is a simple type of number generator within the given range and helps to simulate the random number logic in the performance test script. e.g. 10, 155, 26, 30 etc. The very common use of ‘Random Integer’ is to input a number while … Read more

NeoLoad – SQL Variable

‘SQL’ is a type of variable in NeoLoad to read the test data from a database through SQL query. This option is very helpful when you have a database along with a full set of test data. Also, you have to make sure that the database can be assessed from the test environment during the script creation and test … Read more

NeoLoad – File Variable

‘File’ is a type of variable in NeoLoad to read the external test data from a file and use it in the script. The external file contains a list of test data either sourced from the production server or generated by a test data generator. The ‘File’ variable type is the easiest option to get the test data available … Read more

NeoLoad – List Variable

‘List’ is a type of variable in NeoLoad to define the values of the variable in a list. NeoLoad replaces the variable, used in the script by picking the values from the defined list. The ‘List’ variable type also provides an option to add multiple columns where the dependent value set can be easily used. The specific use of … Read more

NeoLoad – Counter Variable

‘Counter’ is a type of variable in NeoLoad to generate the value that maintains the counting. The use of counter variable type is helpful in adding a custom logic, counting the loop, numbering the iteration, feeding the counting etc. The ‘Counter’ variable type has the following inputs: Example Consider, a request that checks the status … Read more

NeoLoad – Type of Variables

NeoLoad provides a variety of variables to fulfil the different types of requirements while creating a performance test script. The ‘Variables’ option is available in the menu as shown in the below figure. Then, click the ‘New variable’ button and the ‘Variables’ pop-up appears: Following are the type of variables in NeoLoad: As you can … Read more