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What are the Session Time and Session Busy Time values in the "User Type" section of the baseline report and how are they calculated?

What are the Session Time and Session Busy Time values in the "User Type" section of the baseline report and how are they calculated?

The session time consists of the execution time of all transactions defined in the dcluser section of a virtual user, without the initial transaction (normally called TInit) and the end transaction.

The session busy time is calculated as the session time minus think times.

For example:

dcluser user 
Vuser1

Transactions
TInit : begin; // initialization transaction
TMain : 1;
TBuy : 3;
TShutdown : end; //End transaction

The session time is the average response time of TMain + (3 * average response time of TBuy) ;
The session busy time is the same without any think time.

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