My requirement is to calculate responsetimes of a datapower service,What is the best way to do that?
And also i need a differnt count of the total transactions which had taken less than 3sec,5sec and 10 Sec......is there any way to filter and store(like log target) the transactions based on the time taken to complete the transaction?
Any idea is much appreciated,tnx in adv
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Re: how to calculate Response Times in datapower?2012-11-14T11:24:12Z in response to SystemAdminThere are a number of ways to do this but I found the simplest way was to create my own log target category and ensure that was writen to the default log. Then in the service object add a transform on the response ruleset and gather variables such as
I think there are more, but you can then do some math to determine onboard time, time for endpoint to respond etc
Then in that same transform write the results to your custom log target category using the old xsl:message function to write an entry to the log
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Re: how to calculate Response Times in datapower?2012-11-14T19:58:32Z in response to SystemAdminSee InfoCenter section on "Message Monitors", especially on "Message Duration Monitors":