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From Andrew Melnyk <melnykena...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Calculating average response time for each transactions when it contains many images
Date Mon, 06 Jul 2009 09:02:27 GMT
Can anybody expand on the problem below mentioned?

2009/7/5 Jmeter_User <tptestid@gmail.com>

>
> Hi All,
>  I have started using Jmeter recently. I am having a query on how to find
> out the average respone time of the transaction when it includes images and
> java scripts as
>
> part of its transaction. Because I could see the response time given by
> Jmeter is less than response time given by Load Runner for the same
> transaction recorded in
>
> jmeter and load runner, when there are some images in the page.
> The reason I could guess is, in Load runner, the response time is including
> the images downloaded on the page along with the transaction, but in case
> of
> jmeter, the
>
> transaction response time is excluding the images downloaded, because the
> images repsones time will be shown as separate request, as its records each
> images as a
>
> separate request.
>  I am testing one application which is similar to search engine,
> While recording, if the page is having many images and some java scripts,
> then all those are added in as individual http requests and along with the
> actual
>
> searchresults.aspx request. In this situation I am not able to find out
> exact time taken for the search along with image download, because if I
> just
> consider the
>
> response time of searchresults.aspx, it may be less, as it is excluding the
> resposne times of the images and java scripts on the same page.
>
> For eaxmple :
> If I have the page with http requests recorded scripts are like:
>
> http://forexample.com/download.gif
> http://forexample.com/required.js
> http://actualsearchresults.aspx
> http://forexample.com/finalimage.gif
>
>
> If I run the script like above, I will get response times of individual
> reuquests and total avergae at the end in aggragte and summery report. How
> can I consolidate
>
> all the images, jave sripts and actual search aspx response times.
> Application having many images and java scripts, there will be many http
> requests separtely shown in Jmeter for each image and each java script.
> Which is confusing me
>
> to find the exact response time of the transaction which includes images
> and
> java scripts as part of its transaction.
>
> Please let me know is there any way to do it or is there any way of
> recording. I dont want to exclude images, becasue if I tried excluding the
> images and java scripts,
>
> I get response times very less compared to running the same transaction in
> load runner.
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