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def2050
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Pinned topic Is there a way to increase no of threads in APP SCAN 9.0 ?

‏2014-04-17T21:54:32Z |

In earlier version of appscan, when needed i used to change no of threads from advanced options. but now iam unable to see the place where i can change threads from 10 to 15 when needed.

could anybody help me with this ?

  • MarekStepien
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    Re: Is there a way to increase no of threads in APP SCAN 9.0 ?

    ‏2014-04-17T23:47:54Z  in response to def2050

    The maximum number of threads in AppScan Standard is 10, in all current versions.
    Which version of AppScan Standard are you refering to?

    • def2050
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      Re: Is there a way to increase no of threads in APP SCAN 9.0 ?

      ‏2014-04-17T23:53:57Z  in response to MarekStepien

      iam referring to APP SCAN 8.0 . it has option to change the number of threads. sometimes the option to change threads helps.

       

      looks like you have removed that option totally now . im upset now.hmm. iam new to 9.0 so was asking here.

      Updated on 2014-04-17T23:54:38Z at 2014-04-17T23:54:38Z by def2050
      • warrenm1
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        Re: Is there a way to increase no of threads in APP SCAN 9.0 ?

        ‏2014-04-29T18:18:22Z  in response to def2050

        Not sure what you mean, the option for # of threads is still present in 9.0, the only change, which is specific to ASE is that there is now only 1 setting for threads for both explore and test (previous versions had 2 thread settings which was a little redundant).  Why do you believe there is no more option for this?  Where are you looking?  In Appscan Stnadard its under Scan Configuration/Communication and Proxy (the limit has always been 10 here), in ASE its in the Job properties under Connections.


        Regards,