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How to: Remove Web Performance Tests, Unit and Coded UI Tests from a Load Test Scenario Using the Load Test Editor

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A load test contains one or more scenarios. Each scenario contains one or more Web performance, unit, or coded UI tests in a test mix. The tests that are included in a scenario should reflect the objectives of that scenario.

You can remove Web performance, unit, or coded UI tests that are no longer required from a load test scenario by using the Load Test Editor.

Removing a test from an existing load test

To remove tests from a scenario

  1. Open a load test.

  2. In the Load Test Editor, in the load test tree, right-click the scenario from which you want to remove a test and select Edit Test Mix. The Edit Test Mix dialog box is displayed.

  3. Select the Web performance, unit, or coded UI test in the grid and then click Remove.


    After you remove the test, adjust the test mix to your preferred distribution.

  4. When you finish removing tests, click OK.