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ACT for Dummies

If you are working with .Net for your web application and you would like to know how to test its performance using ACT, then this article is must read.

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By: C. Prashanth
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March 24, 2003
  1. · ACT for Dummies
  2. · How to ACT
  3. · Analyzing the Results
  4. · Conclusion

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ACT for Dummies - Conclusion
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The performance counters mentioned in this article will help you in identifying performance issues in your Web application but it's not necessary to use all of these, you should select the counters which are appropriate for your application.

ACT is one of the few stress testing tools which is available real cheap and you feel you got your money's worth. If you want more features then you should be looking at Mercury or Rational products but these are very costly.

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