Ozeki Batch Processing Tester
On this page you will find Ozeki Batch
Processing Tester that will help you test the total message processing speed.
This tester insert messages into the table from which Batch processing user
polls out messages. In this way you can insert any number of messages into this
table and batch processing user will send out them. After sending you receive
the total message processing speed. Find the details of the solution in this
First you need to log into Ozeki NG SMS Gateway with your
username and password. Then add a new HTTP service provider connection. To do so,
click on "Add service provider" in "Service providers" section (Figure 1).
Figure 1 - Add new service provider
Select "HTTP Server Connection" in the list and click on
"Install" next to it (Figure 2).
Figure 2 - Install HTTP server
Leave the "Configuration" tab of the created connection
unchanged and click on "OK" (Figure 3).
Figure 3 - HTTP Server settings
Now add a new outgoing route by clicking on "Add new route" in
the "Outgoing" section (Figure 4).
Figure 4 - Add new route
Now specify the source and destination of the outgoing messages.
Set "batch_processing" to "Source" and set the created HTTP server as "Destination". In
this way you can ensure that messages will not be sent out from Ozeki NG SMS
Gateway but you can test performance (Figure 5).
Figure 5 - Source and destination of outgoing route
Click on MSSQL Settings option of Batch processing user.
Select the connection string and copy it (Figure 6).
Figure 6 - Copy connection string
Start Ozeki Batch Processing Tester and paste the
connection string (Figure 7).
Figure 7 - Paste connection string
Now specify the number of messages to be inserted in Number
of messages field and click on Start (Figure 8).
Figure 8 - Specify the number of messages
After messages has been sent you will receive a summary
containing the total message processing speed (Figure 9). In our example I sent
out 5000 messages and the total message processing speed was 66 MPS.
Figure 9 - Summary about sending
Oracle High Speed