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I am not clear with the way it differs from other work load model ,
1.what is the usage of mentioning the simulation time for the queuing model?i observerd that the users are still running after the simulation time .
2.In what way transactions are executed in this model?
Re: queuing model
1) The simulation time for the Queuing model will cause the transactions to be executed within this time. It is true that not all transactions may be executed in the specified amount of time. In order to stop the execution of the load test after the simulation time has been reached, you should go to your loadtest profile and check the box that indicates to "Stop virtual users after simulation time"
2)In the Queuing workload transactions are executed as indicated in the workload (user) definition. The simulation stops when all the specified transactions are executed or the simulation time expires. SilkPerformer may wait a random amount of time before starting a new transaction. Meaning that the transactions that are specified in the workload are executed with some delays between each transaction. The delays are not reflected in any measurement except total simulation time. These delays in execution of transactions occur only if the simulation time is set to some value other than 0.