Loadmill users can import Test Suites, Test Flows, CSV files, Requests, Load Tests and Recordings.
Navigate to API Tests and click "IMPORT SUITE". Make sure your Test Suite in the JSON file format.
For example, you can use this option to import a collection from Postman. First, export the collection by clicking on three dots within the collection and choosing Collection v2.1 (recommended).
Then, go to Loadmill and import the collection as a Test Suite. Loadmill will automatically recognize Postman data and create a new Test Suite with test flows and parameters.
To import a test flow, enter a specific Test Suite and click "IMPORT FLOW". Loadmill allows to import test flows in the HAR and JSON file formats.
Once it's done, you may want to run this or another test flow several times using different parameter values for each run. To achieve that, create a CSV file containing relevant parameters and their values and import it by clicking on "IMPORT CSV" within the test flow. Find more information on that here.
You can easily paste a cURL command as a request to Loadmill.
Navigate to Load Tests => Drafts and click "IMPORT TEST". Loadmill allows to import load tests in the HAR and JSON file formats.
You can also import CSV files into load tests, see how to do that here.
In case you are using GoReplay and would like Loadmill to generate an API Test Suite from it, you can import Gor file on the Recordings page by clicking "IMPORT RECORDING".
Once it's done, you can click on the "GENERATE TEST SUITE" button within the recording so that a new Test Suite will be created and contain all data from the Gor file.
You can export Test Suites, Test Flows, Load Tests, Test Suite/Test Plan/Load Test Run CSV Reports and Usage Reports (team admins only).
Let's say you ran a test and one of the requests has failed and now you would like to run it separately in the CLI. To do that, just click "Copy as cURL" within the failed request.
You can use this option in Test Suite and Load Test Runs as well.