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<< Response vs. Time Reports | Example of Response vs. Time report >>

Why do we need Response vs. Time Reports

Types of Reports
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What's in Response vs. Time Reports?
Typically, Response vs. Time reports contain two sections, one for expected responses
and one for unexpected responses. The responses within each section are sorted by
command ID. Within each command ID, responses are sorted by the ending time
stamp.
Response vs. Time reports contain the following information:
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Cmd ID
The command ID associated with the response.
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Ending TS
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ending time stamp of the response. This time stamp corresponds
to the value of the read-only time stamp variable for the response. The time stamp
is the interval ending time stamp as defined by the Time Period report option.
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Response
The response time in milliseconds.
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Status
Displays
Pass
or
Fail
to indicate whether the response passed or failed.
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Virtual Tester
The virtual tester corresponding to the response.
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Script
The name of the test script corresponding to the response.