Tagged Web Requests dashlet

Use the Tagged Web Requests dashlet to analyze tagged web requests.

The load testing integration allows you to specify a Timer Name. You can also display additional context information such as Script Name, Test Name, or Virtual User. Columns are added to the default view to display this information. The following figure shows the Tagged Web Request dashlet with Test Name and Script Name added to the default Timer Name grouping.

Tagged Web Requests dashlet
Tagged Web Requests dashlet

Metrics

The following columns display by default to provide metrics for tagged web requests:

  • Timer Name: The identifier for the web page, provided by a load test tool.
  • Page Context: The identifier for a part of the web page, provided by a load test tool.
  • Count: The number of times the web page has been rendered.
  • Total Avg [ms]: The average overall time, in milliseconds, spent to render the web page.
  • Total Min [ms]: The minimum overall time, in milliseconds, spent to render the web page.
  • Total Max [ms]: The maximum overall time, in milliseconds, spent to render the web page.
  • Total Sum [ms]: The accumulated overall time, in milliseconds, spent to render the web page.
  • Avg [bytes] Sent: The average number of bytes sent as a response from the servlet.
  • Min [bytes] Sent: The minimum number of bytes sent as a response from the servlet.
  • Max [bytes] Sent: The maximum number of bytes sent as a response from the servlet.
  • Sum [bytes] Sent: The accumulated number of bytes sent as a response from the servlet.
  • Avg [bytes] Rcvd: The average number of bytes received as a request to the servlet.
  • Avg [bytes] Rcvd: The minimum number of bytes received as a request to the servlet.
  • Avg [bytes] Rcvd: The maximum number of bytes received as a request to the servlet.
  • Avg [bytes] Rcvd: The accumulated number of bytes received as a request to the servlet.
  • CPU Time [ms]: The average CPU time, in milliseconds, required to render the web page.
  • CPU Time [ms]: The minimum overall CPU time, in milliseconds, required to render the web page.
  • CPU Time [ms]: The maximum overall CPU time, in milliseconds, required to render the web page.
  • CPU Time [ms]: The accumulated overall CPU time, in milliseconds, required to render the web page.

Grouping

You can set different levels of grouping to analyze the data in a number of different granularities. You can select the groupings:

  • From the grouping icons at the top right corner of the dashlet.
  • Through the Group by option on the context menu.
  • In the Analysis tab of the Dashlet Properties dialog box.

Several predefined groupings are provided as well as the option to define a custom grouping.

Aggregation options

You can define the aggregation type in the Analysis tab of the Dashlet Properties dialog box. Besides the predefined groupings, you can also define a custom grouping by adding all columns that should be part of the grouping.