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This sample application simulates a multiple-user load on the Group Chat Server. It assumes that all users are created and are SIP-enabled. The necessary category and chat rooms are created if they do not already exist on the Group Chat Server.
To set up the project in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
On the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 File menu, point to New and then choose Project. The New Project dialog box appears.
In the Project types pane, choose Visual C# and then choose Windows.
In the Templates pane, choose Console Application.
Type the name of the project in the Name text box and then click OK. Visual Studio creates a new project.
To add the source code to the project
Replace Program.cs with the SampleLoadTest.cs.
Add SampleCommon.cs to the project.
Press F5 to run the application in Debug mode.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 development system
.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (installed automatically with Visual Studio 2008)