Transaction monitor graphs overview

The Transaction monitor displays the transaction rate and response time during a scenario run. The Transaction monitor is enabled by default—it automatically begins monitoring Vuser transactions at the start of a scenario run. To conserve resources, you can disable the Transaction monitor from Controller.

You can view the following Transaction monitor graphs during a scenario run:

  • The Transaction Response Time graph shows the average response time of transactions (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • The Transaction Response Time by Location graph shows the average response time for each of the virtual locations with which the transactions are performed (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • The Transactions per Second (Passed) graph shows the number of successful transactions performed per second (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • The Transactions per Second (Passed) by Location graph shows the number of successful transactions performed per second per virtual location (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • The Transactions per Second (Failed, Stopped) graph shows the number of failed and stopped transactions per second (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • The Transactions per Second (Failed, Stopped) by location graph shows the number of failed and stopped transactions per second per virtual location (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • The Total Transactions per Second (Passed) graph shows the total number of completed, successful transactions per second (y-axis) as a function of the elapsed time in the scenario (x-axis).

  • Note:  

    • If there are no transactions defined in your Vuser script or if no transactions are being executed, no data will be displayed in the online monitor graphs.
    • To generate Web Page diagnostics for each transaction, configure the Diagnostics options from Controller.

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