VSTS 2008 Issue 1 :- Load test with Think profile, system is applying the thinktime in the beginning of the run

Issue: If we are declaring a load test with Think profile, system is applying the thinktime in the beginning of the run.

Detail: We have a load test using Unit Test with following configuration
Think time= 1 hr
Step load
Max. Users= 100
Step duration: 10 sec.
Step User count : 1

Once we start the Test using VSTS 2008, the system is waiting for 1 hr, mean time all the users getting initialized and ready to start the test.
At the end of 1 hr, all users start the test at once, against the expected step pattern.
Because of this, we need to wait 1 hr to get the first request executed.
This issue is not there in VSTS 2005, where the thinktime is applying only after the first iteration.

My requirement is that, we need a think time in between the iteration, not in beginning. VSTS 2008 is taking the specified think time in the beginning also. In VSTS 2005, if I specify a think time of 1 hr, after the first iteration it will wait for 1 hr to post the next request.But in VSTS 2008, it will wait for 1 hr before the first request. I want to eliminate the waiting in the beginning of the test.

Check the answer from Bill Barnett – MSFT in

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vstswebtest/thread/43be1729-b0e3-4ccb-95ed-2dd975fa6ebc/

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About ambilykk

I am a Technology Evangelist on Microsoft Technologies. I am carrying the passion on Microsoft technologies specifically on web technologies such as ASP .Net and Ajax. My interests also include Azure and Visual Studio. Technology adoption and learning is my key strength and technology sharing is my passion.
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