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Scenario Flow

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Anteon Scenario Builder

What is Scenario?

In essence, a scenario represents a series of steps designed to mimic the actions of an end-user. This end-user could be a real person using a browser to access your website or another software program that sends API requests to your endpoints.

For instance, imagine you own an e-commerce business and wish to evaluate the performance of the following user flow:

  1. User visits the home page
  2. User logs in
  3. User adds a product to the shopping cart

To accomplish this, you must construct a scenario containing these 3 steps. It is essential to ensure that the steps are executed in the correct order, as the sequence is critical to accurately simulating the end-user's experience.

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Anteon Load Testing Example Scenario

What is a Step?

Step represents the individual network request.

  • Step Name is not mandatory. But it is nice to have since you can easily distinguish your steps on the Test Report page if you provide it.
  • Target is where you supply network protocol and URL.
  • Method is the HTTP method.

Caution: Don't put query parameters in the target field. There is a section for query parameters in the Step Details section.

For example, instead of write and put q=term parameter to the key-value form in Step Details modal.

  • Click the New Step button if you would like to add another step to the scenario.
  • Click the 'More' (three-dot icon at the right) button to provide Step Details.
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Step Details

You can provide query parameters, request headers, payload, authentication, and network details of the request here. You can also Capture Variables and create Assertion logic in Step Detail.

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