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Response Times


We are using .NET application and Web (HTTP/HTML)Protocol. We are executing the script in VUGen.

In VUGEN checking the response time in Replay Log at transaction end line(which will give duration for particula request). The problem is response times in the VUGEN are higher than the manual response times. In Runtime settings think time was ignored and only standard log was enabeled.

Not able to find the reason properly. Kindly help if any one is having any idea.

Thanks and Regards,
Swapna Narla
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Re: Response Times

Hi Swapna,

Response time of the application depends on multiple factors across the OSI model. But as you mentioned that the response time is less in manual scenario and through VuGen it is more, I suggest to check the following.

1. Verify Browser Emulation settings in Runtime settings of the VuGen script. "Simulate browser cache" should be enabled.
2. "Check for newer versions of stored pages every visit to the page" check box should be disabled.
3. "Simulate a new user on each iteration" & "Clear cache on each iteration" should be disabled.
4. Verify if there is any big difference in response times by disabling/enabling "Download non-HTML resources"

Check all the above settings & run the scripts multiple times. If you still observe the huge difference in response times, let me know. I will let you know advanced troubleshooting & debugging methods.



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