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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 40654] - The throughput response time is inconsistent
Date Thu, 05 Oct 2006 13:02:53 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From deepa.kethe@flytxt.com  2006-10-05 06:02 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> Why is it wrong? How long did the test last, and how many requests were 
> processed?
> As to always showing the throughput response RATE in seconds - that needs a 
> code change: please create a Bugzilla enhancement request.


Hi thanks for the reply.I have found the problem .It always calculated for the 
number of samples that are run.Can u suggest me a method where it can make the 
samples number as 0(zero).As of now i have to open the testplan each time so 
that i can see how long does it take to run just one sample of an API call
I have run api call for one consumer thread with loop count as 1 


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