kKaiden wrote:What is the capacity of eValid using only eVlite? How many BUs?
Please remember that eVlite reads a standard eValid test script file and invokes the specific URLs that it contains. In eVlite the HTTP request is made to the URSs in the script, but NO browsing is done and NO interpretation or analysis of the content of the material send back from the server is performed.
The goal of eVlite is to simulate "non-coherent" activity between multiple clients and a server -- it not intended to handle "coherent" (that is, state preserving) interactions such as between a real user and a web application server.
Note that to help make eVlite more effective you can ask eValid to generate a list of URLs that are sent to the eValid browser during a single user playback. This list is richer than the URLs found explicitly in the original script -- particularly if the original script involves complex interactions such as AJAX. We recommend using the derived URLs list over the original test script whenever possible.
-eValid Technical Team