Using either the "test.trace" method to dump your timings/results to a file (or the FSO method if you want to use a file other than the test log), you can line up statistics any way you want, and then import into Excel or some other spreadsheet application to make graphs.
What I tend to do when running a test is to set a string as a "holder", and add to it the TTLB (time to last byte, a method of oResponse), as well as the step name. I dump that string to the log at the end of each users run through the main() sub. That way you have all the steps for that user on one row. It's easy to take min/max/avg from those results, graph them, and make them relative to how you want the results displayed after that.
I prefer 'maliciously mischevious'.
TDAdmin of Evil
Is it possible to get TTLB of one page (which is inclusive of post of the page, gifs,etc) in a report, which will be easy to calculate page response time? if so, can you post the code.
ACtually iam recording & running the script without changing any script. is it ok?