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How can I set one boundary for all my page times in a script?

How can I set one boundary for all my page times in a script?

You can use the MeasureSetBound function in TInit function and pass a NULL for the first parameter. This NULL means that you are not specifying one specific page timer and therefore it will apply to all page timers. The second parameter MEASURE_PAGE_PAGETIME means it will apply to page timers only (see help for other timer options). The example below therefore instructs Silk Performer that, if any page time is greater than 0.5 seconds for the lower boundary raise a warning whereas if any page time is greater than 1.0 seconds for the upper boundary then raise an error.
MeasureSetBound(NULL, MEASURE_PAGE_PAGETIME, 1, 0.5, SEVERITY_WARNING); MeasureSetBound(NULL, MEASURE_PAGE_PAGETIME, 2, 1.0, SEVERITY_ERROR); 

 

For more information refer to MeasureSetBound in the Silk Performer Help.

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