Avg Transaction vs Response Time

Posted on 2011-10-18
Last Modified: 2013-11-26
Microsoft Test Team

1) What is the difference between Avg Transaction Time vs Avg Response Time?

Question by:zeinth
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    Accepted Solution

    Hello, I found this:
    avg. response time is the transaction time minus the think time.
    avg. transaction time includes the thinktime.

    Author Comment

    I executed a performance test on webtest  "abc" with zero think time using Microsoft Test Team.
    Avg Transaction time of the test was 1.6 seconds, and Avg Response time recorded was 2.4 seconds.

    As per your response, my test should have same execution time for  Avg Response Time and Avg Transaction Time. But in my test case Avg Response Time is greater than (>) Avg Transaction Time.....

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