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Regarding Event_meter table in LoadRunner session MS ACCESS database

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Hi ,

I am using ALM Performance center 12.02 to execute the load tests and then, download the results for analysis.

Once you save the analysis file as a session (.LRS), it generates session database (.mdb).

My question is regarding fields in Event_meter table shown below. What these field mean?

Event Instance Id, - This may be a unique ID to identify each event.
Event Id  - I think this is referring to transaction.
End time (Is this  time in seconds to complete the transaction?)
Value (Is this end to end response time? that is time taken serve the request?)
Wasted Time (what does this mean?)
Amaximum  (what does this mean?)
Aminimum  (what does this mean?)
AsumSq  (what does this mean?)
Account  (what does this mean?)

 

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Re: Regarding Event_meter table in LoadRunner session MS ACCESS database

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Hello,

Please look at th file with the database structure: https://yadi.sk/i/n5Zg_k2Cv4JVA

Hope it will answer your questions.

Best Regards,
Vitalii

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Re: Regarding Event_meter table in LoadRunner session MS ACCESS database

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Hello,

Please look at th file with the database structure: https://yadi.sk/i/n5Zg_k2Cv4JVA

Hope it will answer your questions.

Best Regards,
Vitalii

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this link is blocked by my company's firewall. Any chance you could copy the answer directly here? Thanks so much!

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Re: Regarding Event_meter table in LoadRunner session MS ACCESS database

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Modify the extension of attached file from png to pdf

Regards,

Shlomi

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