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Why might I encounter performance issues reading Active Data within a Silk Test Workbench .Net script

Why might I encounter performance issues reading Active Data within a Silk Test Workbench .Net script

If you are experiencing performance related issues during the reading of Active Data with a Silk Test Workbench .Net script, this could be caused by a number of issues including:-

1) A Virtual Machine which is configured for a single CPU core, please ensure to configure a VM to have multiple CPU cores to assist with processing large volumes of data

2) Active Data consisting of thousands of rows within an Excel Spreadsheet.  The Excel driver can be resource intensive when processing large volumes of data.  If possible use a CSV file which will use less resources and improve performance.

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