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RUM graphics fails to show transactions largely deviated than average

The APM RUM graphics fails in show some relevant data when they are highly deviated than average:  we observed that we are getting a lot of transactions with times near 127 seconds, contrasting with the majority of transactions that have less than 5 seconds in duration.

The print of that graphic that shown us is in NOS 1 file. You can see in it one point is one execution and the vertical axis represents the duration of the transaction, in seconds.

This information will be completely ruined and “rounded” when we see it in RUM graphics (file NOS 2). 

In this case there are no transactions that have around 60 seconds. This information is misleading once the real problem is lots of transactions with 127 seconds.

-Please provide adequate scalling for RUM Graphics so to see all transactions duration reliably.



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