Accessing the IPA 1st page, you see the Transaction Flows, where IPA presents all groupings of data points (Transactions) it has collected up to now for you.
Clicking in the Details of any Transaction Flow, IPA will show (scroll to the end of the page) 4 graphics with information on that Transaction Flow and all Transactions Executions in it:
Histogram Transactions Count
From all the Transaction Executions of the specified Transaction Flow, IPA will define the fastest and slowest executions, and split the time between those in 5 similar time blocks (vertical axis).
Then it populates each block by the number of transaction executions whose time fell in that block (horizontal axis).
IPA removes the top 10% fastest and bottom 10% slowest transaction executions from this Transaction Flow.
For the remaining list of transaction executions (80% of the total), it identifies what is the average time they took (average of the whole group).
IPA splits that remaining list of transaction executions in 10 blocks (by their execution time). IPA calculates with the transactions in each block what is that block average execution time.
This graphic shows for each block (horizontal axis), the time difference (in milliseconds, vertical axis) between the average execution time of each block and the average execution time of those 80% global transaction executions.
Hour Time Average
Average execution time (vertical axis, in seconds) for each transaction executed at a specific time of day (horizontal axis).
Week Day Time Average
Average execution time (vertical axis, in seconds) for each transaction executed at a specific day of the week (horizontal axis).
In the list of transaction executions, you can select to see the specific Data Points collected by the probes:
Updated about 1 year ago
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