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i recorded the script in TrueClient protocol, response times are very very low, Please help on this

 
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I would like to re-phrase my question or the issue:

I am using TruClient protocal with LR 12.53 version to develop scripts on web application with Vaadin frame work based UI.

When I compared the single user response times of LR with manually measured timings, it is noticed that for some transactions, the difference is abnormal and very low LR response timings compared to Manually measured timings.

For every Start transaction, I am trying to add proper 'Dynamic wait' until some object or text is displayed on the screen before I can stop or confirm the trsnaaction end point.

I appreciate if someone can confirm if this approach is correct. Or anyother way of dealing with the 'End Transaction' confirmation to measure the correct respnse time.

Regards

 

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Re: i recorded the script in TrueClient protocol, response times are very very low, Please help on t

Hi Honey1, 

I had a similar problem and I wrote the fact to the forum. Here below the link to the discussion: one of the possible solutions was to change the end event of the interested step. 

https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/LoadRunner-Practitioners-Forum/TruClient-times-too-fast/m-p/1632731

In my case, the suggestions didn't help but I hope someone of them can help you. 

Lorenzo

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Re: i recorded the script in TrueClient protocol, response times are very very low, Please help on t

Hi,

One question regarding the response time issue. Which browser is selected?

Here is a suggestion. If a wait step is required maybe the step "wait for object" is better. It can provide automatic adjust the wait time instead of a hard coded value.

Is it possible to share some graphic for the comparation results? If the website is accessible from public, it could be shared for helping locate the issue.

Best regards,

Edwin

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