The web scenario list for a host can be accessed from Configuration → Hosts by clicking on Web for the respective host.
A list of existing web scenarios is displayed.
|Name||Name of the web scenario. Clicking on the web scenario name opens the web scenario configuration form.
If the host web scenario belongs to a template, the template name is displayed before the web scenario name as a gray link. Clicking on the template link will open the web scenario list on the template level.
|Number of steps||The number of steps the scenario contains.|
|Update interval||How often the scenario is performed.|
|Attempts||How many attempts for executing web scenario steps are performed.|
|Authentication||Authentication method is displayed - Basic, NTLM, or None.|
|HTTP proxy||Displays HTTP proxy or 'No' if not used.|
|Status||Web scenario status is displayed - Enabled or Disabled.
By clicking on the status you can change it.
|Tags||Web scenario tags are displayed.
Up to three tags (name:value pairs) can be displayed. If there are more tags, a "..." link is displayed that allows to see all tags on mouseover.
|Info||If everything is working correctly, no icon is displayed in this column. In case of errors, a square icon with the letter "i" is displayed. Hover over the icon to see a tooltip with the error description.|
To configure a new web scenario, click on the Create web scenario button at the top right corner.
Buttons below the list offer some mass-editing options:
To use these options, mark the checkboxes before the respective web scenarios, then click on the required button.
You can use the filter to display only the scenarios you are interested in. For better search performance, data is searched with macros unresolved.
The Filter link is available above the list of web scenarios. If you click on it, a filter becomes available where you can filter scenarios by host group, host, status and tags.