J2EE/.NET - Server Request Time Spent in Element Graph

This graph displays the server response time for the selected element (layer, class, or method) within each server request.

Purpose

The time is computed as Total Response Time/Total Number of Server Requests. For example, if a method was executed twice by an instance of server request A and once by another instance of the same server request, and it took three seconds for each execution, the average response time is 9/2, or 4.5 seconds. The server request time does not include the nested calls from within each server request.

X-axis

Elapsed time of the scenario run.

Y-axis

Average response time (in seconds) per element within the server request.

Breakdown options

Using the J2EE and .NET Breakdown Options

Filtering properties

The display of the graph is determined by the Graph Properties selected when the graph is opened, as described:

    • None. Time spent in each server request
    • Server request. Filtered by server request. Grouped by layer.
    • Server request and layer. Filtered by server request and layer. Grouped by class.
    • Server request, layer, and class. Filtered by server request, layer, and class. Grouped by method.
Tips

To obtain data for this graph, you must first install HPE Diagnostics. Before you can view Diagnostics for J2EE & .NET data in a particular load test scenario, you need to configure the Diagnostics parameters for that scenario. For more information, see the section on online monitors in the LoadRunner Controller documentation.

See also

J2EE and .NET Diagnostics Graphs Overview

Example

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