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Why ACT?


If you wish to test how well your application will run under a huge workload, prehaps you should use ACT. Do you know how to ACT?

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By: C. Prashanth
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April 14, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Why ACT?
  2. · Why Stress an Application
  3. · Conclusion

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Why ACT? - Conclusion
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Overall, Microsoft has answered the prayers of many a tester by providing a decent performance-testing tool. Look at the features offered by ACT and size of your wallet if it suites your need, then go for it.
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