I`ve been searching information about how to configure the SilkPerformer tool to develop performance testing to any client/server application based in protocol TCP/IP.
Am i wrong or the application server section (when your outlining a project) is for client/server purposes??? I think is more important which wich technology the application was built rather than the TCP/IP protocol isn't it?
I think i replied to your last post.... I think here the TCP/IP protocol could be the red herring (so to speak). Is the requirement to test the client/server application i.e. the application server itself? If you could define exactly what is needed? At a guess i think you're looking to outline the project either as TCP/IP or application server (Web Services option).
This will be the file sharing test, create
N clients access 1 or N server (N->1 or N->N)
files open/close/read/write. Generate multiple
fake IP from one client machine through SMB/CIFS
protocol. so the application use is access files
from windows explore to make connections with
server or run a batch file from command line
(c:/net use X://... )
I don't know if Silk support SMB/CIFS protocol
testing or if I can find how to do the settings
for recording Windows Explort actions or command
line execution, then it should be able to record
in the script.
Do you think this can work and how to set up
for application type & settings?
The problem is with any type of application
set up in Model Script, the applications can
be launched but still without any traffic or
function recorded, I've tried different protocol
types, none of them work for any application.