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What is Difference in Average Transaction Reponse Time and Transaction Response Time Graphs

What is Difference in Average Transaction Reponse Time and Transaction Response Time Graphs generated using the LoadRunner Analyzer.
The description for both are same however the readings are different. Attaching a report doc
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Re: What is Difference in Average Transaction Reponse Time and Transaction Response Time Graphs

Nothing. If you look at the graphs they are both "Average Transaction Response Time". The only difference is the number of columns in the table.

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what about the data they are different they do not match? it is confusing as to which graph to use for the correct results
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Re: What is Difference in Average Transaction Reponse Time and Transaction Response Time Graphs

The dataset is the same, but it looks like the sampling is different between the two graphs. What should be important to you, the Average, is the same.
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thanks
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Re: What is Difference in Average Transaction Reponse Time and Transaction Response Time Graphs

hi

The Average Transaction Response Time graph displays the average time taken to perform transactions during each second of the load test scenario run.

The x-axis represents the elapsed time from the beginning of the scenario run. The y-axis represents the average response time (in seconds) of each transaction.

The Transactions per Second graph displays, for each transaction, the number of times it passed, failed, and stopped during each second of a load test scenario run. This graph helps you determine the actual transaction load on your system at any given moment. You can compare this graph to the Average Transaction Response Time graph in order to analyze the effect of the number of transactions on the performance time.

The x-axis represents the elapsed time from the beginning of the scenario run. The y-axis represents the number of transactions performed during the scenario run
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The difference in the numbers in the tables is due to the columns that are displayed. The top one shows the avg, min, max, etc for the whole period diplayed, all of the data points recorded.

The bottom shows the avg, min, max, etc for just the points displayed in the graph limited by the 256 Second granularity.

The values in the top table are more accurate.

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Re: What is Difference in Average Transaction Reponse Time and Transaction Response Time Graphs

Hi All,

Yes , Your doubt rights!

As we observe there is an different in Average transaction response time and in the summary of transaction in the summary sheet.

This is because we have two graph, Average transaction response and transaction performance summary.

In Summary sheet , we can see the transaction performance summary minmium. max, and average which deals about which transaction particulary high response during the scenario execution where as

Average transaction response time , you can view the behavior of the problematic transaction during each second of the scenario run.

Hence both are different.

Hope this is clear,. Let me know if still you need any assist on this.

aroorganesh@gmail.com
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