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TruClient: Exit Toolbox function

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Hi all, 

can anyone explain what's the purpose of the Exit function that you can find on the Toolbox from TruClient protocol? And what's the functions of every chances (User, Transaction, Action, ecc.)? I've never use this operation and I wanted some clarification about it.

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Lorenzo

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The "Exit" from Toolbox allow you to close the single iteration, to turn off the script or suspend the Vuser session, and it's advantageous when the logoff isn't available from the application. 

In add, you have to set "Simulate a new user for each iteration" to emulate a new user browsing session for every iteration. This option maybe not setted if the logoff transaction is contained in the "vuser_end" Action; it is instead advisable to enable the chase also when the logoff procedure isn't available or is contained in a generic "Action" step. 

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The "Exit" from Toolbox allow you to close the single iteration, to turn off the script or suspend the Vuser session, and it's advantageous when the logoff isn't available from the application. 

In add, you have to set "Simulate a new user for each iteration" to emulate a new user browsing session for every iteration. This option maybe not setted if the logoff transaction is contained in the "vuser_end" Action; it is instead advisable to enable the chase also when the logoff procedure isn't available or is contained in a generic "Action" step. 

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