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    How to Eveluate OpenSTA test results

    Hello all,
    I have been trying out to evaluate test results produced by opensta in some of web applications. It all shows different types og graphs, http errors, http elapsed time and all.
    How can i further conclude this evaluation towards test, concluding whether the application is good or not. Is their any document on the web that instructs how to evaluate test results step-by-step and what are the meanings if graphs.
    Please let me know.

    Thanx,
    Chetan
    Chetan Jain,
    Epoch Technologies Ltd.

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    Re: How to Eveluate OpenSTA test results

    regards,
    Shaminder
    tellshami@yahoo.com

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    Re: How to Eveluate OpenSTA test results

    Hello,
    There is no document that can guide you step by step on how to interpret OpenSTA results and what each graph is meant for.Although its worthwhile to go to Opensta official site and search for some documents that suit your need.
    or What you can do is chalk out the requirements of your client and see whether you can get those reqs from the available data, then if those graphs are not available, you can put the data into excel sheet and prepare graphs according to your requirements.
    As far as interpreting how the application has performed, this again depends on the client requirements, if client has provided you the benchmark for each transaction then probably you can prepare graph comparing each.

    Hope this helps
    regards,
    Shaminder
    tellshami@yahoo.com

 

 

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