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Load Test Report Export

When a load test is done (finished or aborted), an export button appears on the top right corner:

Export Report Button

Click on it to switch to the export view:

Export Report View

You can click on the Back button to switch back to the report view.

Cover page

The cover page is fully customizable by clicking on round green pencil icon on the upper right corner of the report.

The editor lets you insert and format text and images, using the Markdown syntax:

Edit Cover Page

You can use the following variables:

  • $COMPANY_NAME$ to insert your company name (from your user profile),
  • $REPORT_NAME$ to insert the report name,
  • $REPORT_DATE$ to insert the report creation date,
  • ‚Äč$REPORT_DESCRIPTION$ to insert the report description.

Configuration options

Click on the Configuration button at the top of the page to open the Report Export Configuration modal:

Configure Report Export

You can select the orientation, portrait or landscape, and the number of rows displayed for each kind of table.

Export view

The export view differs from the report on the following points:

  1. The bench report title and its description are displayed as a cover page,
  2. A table of content is generated and inserted after the cover page, before the rest of the report,
  3. The charts legends are displayed as lists,
  4. The tables displays a full page of results,
  5. An appendix is appended to the bottom of the report.

Bench report title and description

The bench report title and description are used in the cover page of the report. To edit them, switch back to the report view and click on the Edit button on top of the report.

Edit Report Name And Description

Table Of Content

The table of content is automatically generated for your report. A line is added for each title and subtitle present in the report.

Table Of Contents


If you save your report as a PDF file using chrome, the table of content is interactive: click on any line to go straight to the corresponding chapter.

Test summary

The test summary is more complete in the export view than in the report one:

Test Summary

And a short paragraph gives information about the project (name and description). It also comes with the user load repartition graph (the same that you created in the scenario view).

Statistics summary

The statistics summary displays only one statistic per line in the export view.

Statistics Summary

Text items and charts

The text written in text report items is inserted in the export. Any title H1 or subtitle H2 is listed in the table of contents. A page break is inserted before every title H1 when you print the report (or export it as a PDF file). You may add more text items with titles to your report to divide it into meaningful sections.

Results Summary

The chart name is displayed as the upper legend, and the curves descriptions are displayed as a list placed under the chart.


An appendix is appended to the end of the exported report. It contains a glossary that defines the most common terms used in load testing.


Printing as a PDF file

To print the report, simply click on the Print as PDF button placed on the top left corner of the screen.

The subsequent procedure depends on your browser: Chrome or FireFox.

Using chrome

The print dialog appears when you click on the Print button under Chrome (Google Chrome or Chromium):

Print Dialog Chrome

The following procedure explains, step by step, how to export a load testing report as a PDF file:

  1. Click on the Destination > Change... button, the next popup appears: Select PDF Chrome
  2. Select Save as PDF, the popup closes,
  3. Select all for Pages,
  4. Select A4 for Paper Size and Defaults for Margins,
  5. Unselect Headers and footers and Background graphics options,
  6. Click on the Save button,
  7. Select where to save the PDF file and click on the Save button.

Using FireFox

The print dialog appears when you click on the Print button under Mozilla FireFox:

Print Dialog FireFox

The following procedure explains, step by step, how to export a load testing report as a PDF file:

  1. In the General tab, select Print to File as the printer,
  2. Select the file name in Name and PDF as the Output format,
  3. Select All Pages for the Range and 1 for Copies,
  4. In the Page Setup tab, select All sheets as Only print, Print Dialog FireFox Page Setup
  5. Select A4 as the Paper size and 100% for the Scale,
  6. In the Options_ tab, select Ignore Scaling And Shrink To Fit Page Width, Print Dialog FireFox Options
  7. Unselect Print Background Colors and Print Background Images in the Print Backgrounds section,
  8. Select --blank-- for all Header and Footer fields,
  9. Click on the Print button.