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Can Transaction times be more through LoadGenerators than Manually

if yes , what might be the reasons behind it , I am getting sigificant higher transaction response time after executing the test than manually , what might be the reason behind it.
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Is there any other factor other than Network Latency that comes into picture
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Where is the generator location compared to the manual location.
What is included inside the transaction start and stop. Only should be the single call.
Remember for Web transactions time starts at the beginning of the request until all resources are done. Some browser will start rendering before that.

A bad script might cause some overhead. From example a web script using the wrong URLs might cause the a separate redirect call for each line. Or security is being triggered instead of caching.

Generators overloaded.
Too much work done in script. (logging turned on)

What type of vuser would help. More information in general. (runtime settings)

Most of my experience is in the web. Lots of little things could effect times. Typically this question is reversed. "Why is LR times faster?" Short answer is these is no client processing and network location.
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