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From "Filip Hanik" <>
Subject RE: Hi
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2001 00:36:31 GMT
well it really sounds like you want to measure the response time of the
JMeter ( will do this for you, because it
will take into consideration everything from when the request begins from
the client until the response has been received.


Namaste - I bow to the divine in you
Filip Hanik
Software Architect

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Venkatesh Sangam []
>Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 5:21 PM
>Subject: RE: Hi
>hi filip,
>I actually have to measure the time taken for the request to be
>servcied..even considering the Queing time ..
>Do you have any help for this ..
>Thanks anyways ..
>i shall read the doc and try to modify it
>From: "Filip Hanik" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: Hi
>Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 17:12:29 -0700
>the PerformanceInterceptor measures the exact time of you
>service() request.
>nothing else.
>the queing and other stuff has already happened.
>what is it that you want to measure? the doc should tell you enough details
>of implementating your own measurement metrics.
>if you want to measure from client side, use the Jakarta JMeter toolkit
>Namaste - I bow to the divine in you
>Filip Hanik
>Software Architect
>   -----Original Message-----
>   From: Venkatesh Sangam []
>   Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 4:55 PM
>   To:
>   Subject: Re: Hi
>   Hi filip,
>   Your program considers only the amount of time required to execute the
>   It does not consider the amount of time to actually service the request
>..Like waiting time in the Queue if there are more requests than can be
>serviced by the Server
>   thanks
>   venkatesh
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