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TPS vs Response time graph

Hi
My requirement is to know what TransctionPerSecond rate can be achieved which has a response time average of 3 seconds or less.

How do i get a graph of TPS (Tran per second) vs Response time when the test is running in controller

Thanks
Dan
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You can combine these graphs in Analysis. Also, you can create an SLA in Analysis that can apply to this.
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Hi Dinesh,

While test is running you can see both (Response time as well Transaction per Second) individually. You just need to click under left panel on respective graph. It will be appeared in rite side graphs. Click on Appeared graph you can see response time of each of the transaction mentioned in script and find out what transaction is taking how much time.

There is other better way you can check out as per your requirement. After your test is completed open up the .lrr file with analysis tool. It will create all the graph which you want to see. Navigate to Average response time graph and right click on that there will be a option merge and select Transaction per second graph. Now you will be able to see Transaction per second and Avg. Response time in both the Y-axis with time scale in X-axis. In this merged graph you can analyze in better way.


Good Luck!!!!

Ajay



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