The Response Properties section allows you to modify the response HTTP properties:
HTTP Status Code
By default, a response is sent back with HTTP 200.
However, for some responses it is a requirement to use a different status. SOAP Fault, for instance, needs to have HTTP 500 and a demand for authorization should have HTTP 401.
This sets the response Content-Type HTTP header.
By default, MockMotor appends the
charset=UTF-8 part to the header. If you need to send the response in another character set, specify this part explicitly:
This delay value is important for load testing.
When the value is 0, MockMotor returns the response as fast as possible.
However, when the value is above 0, MockMotor adds a delay to make the client-visible response time as close to the provided value as possible.
There is a randomisation of the response time in a ±10% range.
You can also specify your own response time range in
500...800 format, i.e. the response time is evenly distributed in a 500ms to 800ms interval.
There is also a more flexible though more complex way to control the response time distribution: buckets:
10:100..200 80:200..800 10:800..1000
This expression means that for 10 cases in 100 the response time will be in a 100ms to 200ms interval, for 80 cases of 100 - in a 200ms to 800ms interval, and for another 10 cases - in a 800ms to 1000ms interval. By adding more buckets you can form pretty complex response time distributions.
Custom HTTP Headers
MockMotor allows you to send back custom HTTP headers.
The headers values are scriptable and can use the same variables as the payload field plus