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Valued Contributor.
Valued Contributor.

What is the best practice in planning Scripts and Scenarios using TruClient-IE LR 12.5

Is it more efficient to design short simple Scripts with few transactions, and combine all these scripts in one large scenario.

Or have large scripts with lots of transactions and use fewer scripts in one Scenario. 

Is there advantages/disadvantages of each or that depends on the usage of the application? 



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Acclaimed Contributor.
Acclaimed Contributor.

TruClient is not different than other protocols in regards to that.

Personally I believe shorter scripts are easier to maintain and I would prefer it if I can I afford doing so. Sometimes the requirements is to cover a long use case and you cannot avoid having a long script. 



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