The Original Test Configuration tab shows details about how your test was configured at the time the test covered by the report ran. This tab is especially useful if you have updated the test configuration since the report was run, as the details here will reflect the configuration prior to those updates.
The first section you'll see provides a summary of how the test was configured to run in Blazemeter.
This section provides details on how the test was configured to run (as opposed to the other report tabs, which detail how the test actually ran). It provides the following details:
- Scenarios: How many test scenarios were configured for the test. For example, if the test was a Taurus test (executed via a YAML file), then this counts how many scenarios are specified under the "scenarios:" section of the script. For a JMeter test, (executed with a JMX, without a YAML), there will be one scenario. For a multitest, there will be one scenario per test. An End User Experience Monitoring test will appears as its own scenario as well.
- Duration H:M:S: This refers to the duration originally set for the test, and is expressed in an hour:minute:second format (for example, 01:02:30 would read one hour, two minutes, and thirty seconds).
- Total Users: This is how many total users were originally configured for the entire test (all scenarios combined).
- Locations: This details how many locations were selected for the entire test (all scenarios combined) and the name of each location chosen.
Next, each scenario will be detailed as it was originally configured.
In this section, the following details are provided:
- Scenario Name: This is the name of the scenario. If the test executed was a Taurus test, scenario names will be pulled from the YAML file. For other types of tests, a default name will be given to each scenario, in the format of "default-scenario-xxxxxxx", where the x's are a unique number generated by Blazemeter.
- Duration: This is the original duration set for the test.
- Ramp up Duration: How long the ramp up's duration was set for. If no ramp up was set, this will not appear.
- Ramp up Steps: How many steps the ramp up was configured for. If no steps were set, this will not appear.
- Locations: This shows the name(s) of the location(s) assigned to the specific scenario.
A note about End User Experience Monitoring tests: "Duration" will appear as "0 Min" because the duration is actually infinite, until the end of the main test. "Locations" will appear empty unless a location was specified in a Selenium Scenario YAML file.
Click the ">" arrow on the left side of the scenario to expand it, which will show additional details.
The expanded scenario details show the following information:
- Running Info: The "Run By" and "Created by" areas detail which user (identified by User ID and email address) ran the test and which user created the test, respectively. The "Test" area details the Test ID and the name of the individual test.
- Locations: This expands on the previous location information, adding how many virtual users (VUs) were assigned to each location.
- Files: All files uploaded to the test at the time the test was executed.
- Advanced: This area captures details about any advanced settings that may have been originally configured for the test.
A special note about the scenario's Files area: You can click each file name to download a copy of that file as it appeared at the time the test ran. These are historical versions of the files; if the files have been updated or removed since the test was run, the files here will reflect how they were prior to those changes being made.