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lr.abort

Aborts the execution of a script.

Example Run-Time Functions

Syntax

lr.abort( );

The lr.abort function aborts the execution of a script . It stops the execution of the actions section, executes the vuser_end section, and ends the execution. This function is useful when you need to manually abort a run as a result of a specific error condition. When you end a run using this function, the status is "Stopped."

Return Values

Not applicable

Parameterization

Parameterization is not applicable to this function.

Example

function Action(){
   var status;

   status = web.url({name : 'Login',
         url:'https://secure.computing.com//login.asp?user=(username)&session={ssid}',
         recContentType:'text/html'});
   if (status == lr.FAIL) {
        lr.errorMessage("Error: Unable to login to secure computing");
        lr.abort();
   }
return 0;
}