I would like to understand the below case.
Suppose you have placed a think time of 5 sec before a request. If the response is obtained in 3 sec, does neo load wait for 2 more seconds to complete the think time 5 sec declared or will it proceed to next request after 3 sec as response is obtained ?
2. If Neoload waits for 5 sec:
We have executed a test with recorded think times enabled. The page has a think/delay time as 13134ms. but we see the response time for that page around 5 to 6 sec. Shouldn't the response time value be 13 sec ?
3. If neoload proceeds after 3 sec, though think time is 5 sec, then
what is the difference between running with no think times and think times. either way, the script proceeds to next request once the response is achieved.
My script runs fine even with no think times. So is it accurate to run the test without think times to measure the application performance.
Thinktime is between steps, te set time is between the receiving of an anwser and the sending of the next request. Longer responsetimes will have no effect on the length of the thinktime. Thinktimes are not included in responsetimes.