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What's in Command Trace Reports?

Types of Reports
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Command
The emulation command that was executed. If an HTTP response was
read from cache (rather than from the network), the report shows
http_nrecv(c)
(rather than
http_nrecv
).
Command ID
The command ID associated with the command.
Count
These values depend on the type of emulation command.
This is the number of bytes of data written to the test log.
For SQL emulation commands, this is the number of rows of data written to the
test log.
For TUXEDO emulation commands, this is a code which can be 0 (buffer neither
sent nor received), 1 (buffer sent but not received), 2 (buffer not sent but received),
or 3 (buffer sent and received).
First Timestamp
The time, in milliseconds, that the command started executing,
relative to the beginning of the suite run.
Last Timestamp
The time, in milliseconds, that the command stopped executing,
relative to the beginning of the suite run.
Stat
Whether the emulation command passed or failed.
Server n ("server_name") disconnected
Indicates that the server connection has
been closed.
Ending Timestamp
The time, in milliseconds, that the test script stopped
executing, relative to the beginning of the suite run. This value is reported for each
test script. The duration of the test script is also reported.
Logout Timestamp
The time, in milliseconds, that the virtual tester's logon status
changed from
ON
to
OFF
.
Performance Reports
Performance reports are the foundation of reporting performance-related results in
TestManager. They can show whether an application meets the criteria in your test
plan or test case. For example, a Performance report can tell you whether 95% of
virtual testers received responses from the test system in eight seconds or less, or what
percentage of virtual testers did not receive responses from the system in that time.
You can use Performance reports to display the response times recorded during the
suite run for selected commands. Performance reports also provide the mean,
standard deviation, and percentiles for response times.