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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 45839] Allow premature exit from a loop
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2008 12:41:02 GMT

--- Comment #1 from RobSay <rob.say@fineos.com>  2008-09-22 05:41:01 PST ---
More than 'might be useful'(!)

In load testing of complex web applications with multiple scenarios consisting
of multiple steps, the inability to terminate a loop is a big issue.

In order to end a loop based on a response (i.e. as part of the test design), a
complex arrangement of controllers can sometimes be arranged (While, If etc).

Terminating a iteration loop in the event of error is next to impossible.
Failure of a single test step frequently leads to a cascade failure of remaing
steps in the loop. The problem is that this skews the results. What is in fact
1 error gets reported as many problems.

The ability to exit a loop (but maintain the thread) should be accessible
programatically (beanshell?) and embedded within controllers (terminate loop on

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