Run code inside a group. Groups are used to organize results in a test.
|name||string||Name of the group.|
|fn||function||Group body - code to be executed in the group context.|
|any||The return value of fn.|
Working with async functions
Avoid using group with async functions or asynchronous code. If you do, k6 might apply tags in a way that is unreliable or unintuitive.
If you start promise chains or even use await within group, some code within the group will be waited for and tagged with the proper group tag, but others won't be.
To avoid confusion, async functions are forbidden as group() arguments. This still lets users make and chain promises within a group, but doing so is unsupported and not recommended.
For more information, refer to k6 #2728, which tracks possible solutions and provides detailed explanations.
The above code will present the results separately depending on the group execution.
Learn more on Groups and Tags.