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How do I set up a test if my loading criteria is based on transactions per hour?

I have a load test project that requires a specific number of transactions per hour. But I don't know how to reflect that value in terms of load policy in Neoload. Could you help me to set the right load policy?

One of a requirements of a load test is the number of business transaction that can be handled by the application within a period.

To achieve that goal you need to decide how many users you want to simulate. Then, you can set the pace at which the transactions are executed by using the pacing function.

Let's say you want to generate 3000 "Login" transactions per hour using 1000 simultaneous virtual users. This means that each virtual user must carry out 3 "Logins" every hour.

That is to say, each virtual user must execute a "Login" transaction every 20 minutes. To do this, just set a pacing of 20 minutes for the "Login" container.


For more information, see "Logical action" under "Design" section in Neoload documentation.

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