How to: Create a New Load Test Using the New Load Test Wizard
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You use the New Load Test Wizard to create a new load test. After you have finished the wizard, you will be able to go back and edit your load test in the Load Test Editor and change any of the settings that you specified in the wizard.
You might have already created Web performance tests or unit tests. You can use the New Load Test Wizard to add them to the load test.
Launching the New Load Test Wizard
To launch the New Load Test Wizard
Open a Test project.
In Solution Explorer, right-click the test project node, click Add, and then click Load Test.
Your load test will be created with a default name of LoadTestn, where n is the next available number.
In Solution Explorer, right-click the test project node, click Add, and then click New Test. In the Add New Test dialog box, select the Load Test template, type a name for the test, and then click OK.
The New Load Test Wizard starts with the Welcome page displayed.
The Edit page is displayed. For more information, see How to: Create a Scenario Used to Model User Activities, Tests, Browsers and Networks Using the New Load Test Wizard.
Any values you enter in the New Load Test Wizard can be modified in the Load Test Editor after the wizard is finished. For more information, see Editing Load Test Scenarios Using the Load Test Editor.
After you launch the New Load Test Wizard, you will use the different pages to specify the settings for your load test. Procedural information can be found in the following topics: