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Problem with RTE Analysis with Throughput graphs not created

Hi there. I've created a script on RTE. the script works fine in the controler but after running it and the opening the the Analysis tool I'm getting a popup :

The following graphs(s) were not created:

   1. Hits per second

   2. Throughput

Possible reason:

The graph, as defined, results in no data.

So when creating the RTE script there are none of these graphs, so how or where do I disable them. 

I need to schedule the controler to run this script, but it stops at the popup and will not continue unless I press the "OK" button.

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Re: Problem with RTE Analysis with Throughput graphs not created

Hello Espe,

These two graphs show data for WebHTML results. RTE results dosn'e contain such data and these graphs couldn't be shown.

To remove these graphs you should create new template.

1 - Open results and configure graphs you want to be generated by default using left panel 'Session Explorer'

2 - Using Tools->Templates->New template (yellow star on toolbar)->Write unique template name->Press 'OK'

3 - Choose new template which you want to be default and press blue circle buttin on toolbar to make the selected template default.

4 - Press 'Save and close' button.

Try to reopen the results to see that all graphs are correct.

Best regards,

Vitalii

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