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Hi all,

my requirement is to bombard the web service by multiple requests.

I am trying to send multiple requests to the web service through a vb.net application, I am creating multiple threads, a single thread calls shared function which creates request using asynchronous httpwebrequest, on the client side application works fine. But when I checked the service it is only receiving max of 2 threads at a time.

I need help in architecture and code.

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That's a limitation/setting of the web server. Just like how my home phone can only receive (and process) 1 call at a time, regardless of how many people are calling.

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the webservice is capable of handling 50+ requests at a time. if i send requests from diferent-2 systems i can see the working threads on the server side and also if i send requests from 3-4 instances of the application on one system then also i can see 6-8 threads.
my prob is the application is not making asynchronous calls or i dont know wats going wrong.

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