Silk test has built in timers and allows you to instantiate them in your script. You can wrap your page load script with the create and destroy statements and cast the results to a variable which should give you the TTLB value for the page load.
Correct Corey. I'm already getting the page load times via browser.getready(or whatever it is). I'm seeing that the times there are slightly longer than what is measured in SP, which is TTLB. So I would like to get the TTLB out of ST and compare for accuracy.
Agreed, I was being very broad and general. I assume it would have to be used in conjunction with WaitForReady() or some similar Browser function to come as close to a TTLB value as possible.
Additionally, I have only used TTLB for performance testing which is outside the scope of ST and have associated Page Load with TTLB. Zenpadre should be using Performer if he is looking to accurately measure TTLB
I agree Shree. And in fact I am using SP. But for whatever reason, I've been told to create identical ST and SP scripts and run them simultaneously and capture the same measure points from both - specifically a particular page load time.