Since ACT(Application Center Test) comes along with .NET Developer Edition, we thought of exploring it to do performance testing on .NET applications. I request ACT users to share information on its usage.

For eg: Why does ACT give in several RPS(Requests per Second) though no users are selected? If it autogenerates users, then how much is it taking?
When ACT simulates several RPS, how can a single user create several requests per second?

Can ACT be used on those .NET applications that have JAVA script(client side)and VB.NET(Code behind)in it?

Can ACT be used to test Web Servers?


[ 04-06-2004, 08:43 AM: Message edited by: test2break ]