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How does the "errors per second" SLA work in PC?


I'm using PC 12.x.

I cannot figure out how to create a working SLA for errors per second.  I've selected "None" for Load Criteria and 0.1 for threshold.  (I also tried 1.)

When I execute my tests, I have some scripts with large numbers of failures.  The script itself does a web_reg_find that fails.  It does not use Fail=NotFound nor does it use SaveCount.  However the search string is not found and get logged.  The script arbitrarily returns 0 no matter what happens.  The search failures are reflected in the "fail" count on the test summary report.  Additionally, when I view the "errors per second" graph in Analysis, it shows very high numbers, like over 15/second, which I believe is correct.  Despite this, the errors per second SLA isn't tripped.  The report output says "Data for errors not available" in red.

There is also a response time SLA.  For each script with failures, the failure count is non-zero but the response times are all 0.

What does the SLA consider an error?



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