What additional services should Azure provide?

Enable multistage webtests with more than 100 steps or display an error message

When trying to upload a multistep webtest (.webtest file recorded with Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 Update 4) with more than 100 steps the webtest is not saved after clicking on create in the Azure portal preview.

No error message is displayed.

When trying to implement this web test into the old Application Insights on visualstudio.com the following exception is thrown:

TFS.ServerException: {"error":{"code":"Specified argument was out of the range of valid values.","message":{"lang":"en-US","value":"Specified argument was out of the range of valid values.\r\nParameter name: Visual Studio Web Test 'application_097db831-d67d-4540-b475-611d516cf5dd1426072617821_apac-jp-kaw-edge' has exceeded maximum number of requests '100'.\r\nVisual Studio Web Test 'application_097db831-d67d-4540-b475-611d516cf5dd1426072617821_emea-fr-pra-edge' has exceeded maximum number of requests '100'."},"innererror":{"stacktrace":"System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Specified argument was out of the range of valid values.\r\nParameter name: Visual Studio Web Test 'application_097db831-d67d-4540-b475-611d516cf5dd1426072617821_apac-jp-kaw-edge' has exceeded maximum number of requests '100'.\r\nVisual Studio Web Test 'application_097db831-d67d-4540-b475-611d516cf5dd1426072617821_emea-fr-pra-edge' has exceeded maximum number of requests '100'.\r\n at

A solution would be enabling tests with more than 100 steps or at least displaying an error message in the new portal.

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