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Average Transaction Time in SQL Server

Posted on 2012-04-06
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Hi Experts,

I would like to understand how to gather the average transaction time in SQL Server 2005.
I see that there is a counter Transaction/Sec but not the avg. transaction.

Can you please help me with this....

Thanks,
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can you profile and save a trace and then calculate it?
select avg(duration) from tracetable where textdata = 'your query goes here'
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or gather Transaction/Sec in a excel spreadsheet and then calculate average with a new formula...
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