I thought to check how well ADF BC REST scales and how fast it performs. For that reason, I implemented sample ADF BC REST application and executed JMeter stress load test against it. You can access source code for application and JMeter script on my GitHub repository. Application is called Blog Visitor Counter app for a reason – I’m using same app to count blog visitors. This means each time you are accessing blog page – ADF BC REST service is triggered in the background and it logs counter value with timestamp (no personal data). Application structure is straightforward – ADF BC REST implementation:
When REST service is accessed (GET request is executed) – it creates and commits new row in the background (this is why I like ADF BC REST – you have a lot of power and flexibility in the backend), before returning total logged rows count: Read the complete article here.
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