I am using Flex & http/html for a flex based page.
i am recording a click, which in turn load a flex page.
The recorded script shows think times between the start and end transaction of this functionality.
That appears right after the web_concurrent_end() call in that code snippet.
I recorded this few times and i see the think time exactly at the same place, where there is no user think time.
Is this part of the sync operation ?
Have anyone seen this in flex pages?
Do i need to comment or do i need to have it?
The manual timer response time is not in sync with the LR time in this case ( for the first attempt) if i comment the think time.
Thanks for your inputs
Re: flex pages with think time within transactions
Think time is not a part of the synch. This occurs because the time from one request to another falls outside of the time window for which think times are calculated and inserted. Either move it outside of the transaction window or comment it out.
I am of the type that if it occurs embedded within the transaction (a lot of requests before and after) this then means that some requests are slower than the cutoff window and then simply comment the think time out. If the think time is just inside of the transaction markers then move it outside of the markers.
When in doubt always remember that think time is time within the organic computing unit between keyboard and chair and <u><font color="red">NOT</font></u> time in the silicon computing unit between keyboard and screen