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    Time measuring


    Hi all,
    I have a web application in which I have to measure some response times in the client side (user's experience).
    In a part of the places it is related to waiting for a response from web services.
    For example there is an edit-box in which the user types his id and afterwards moves to the next field but have to wait until a message appears on the screen and the cursor returns to its regular shape (response from the web service).
    Do I need a web-service addin for only measuring the response time, or, could I use Services.Start and End Transaction , Timer etc’?

    Thanks

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    Re: Time measuring

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    Services.Start and End Transaction , Timer etc’? [ /quote] will be fine but if you want to know the exact response time. log into the the server using putty and capture time stamp from the log file ( convert it to your local time)and look at the time stamp when the event happened/took place now the the difference is your response time.

    A different story
    we used Soapui tool to automate the web services and used to run them using QTP.(soapui provides a command line to execute the batch)

    Since we know the result is saved in xml we used to get the response time from the xml.
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    Re: Time measuring

    Are you able to capture the "message that appears on the screen and the cursor shape". If you are able to capture these, then u might use the timer utility statement and capture the time
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