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    FIlter pass/fail transactions

    In analysis graphs, there is an option to filter transactions by their end status Pass or Fail.
    I know the graph and measurements differ based on the filtering.
    Average transaction response graph takes into account only the passed transactions by default. All other graphs such as TPS graph show both passed and failed transactions.
    Does one need to filter only passed transactions for all graphs and then report the numbers in the test result? I want to know what is the standard process.
    Last edited by ram-nat; 08-22-2013 at 08:15 AM.

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    Hi,

    No need to remove the failed transaction from TPS graph as it gives you the exact load on your application.
    The key here is whether the transaction is passed or failed it is responsible for contributing transaction load on your application for a particular moment.

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