The reports are intended to help understand the data by
segregating data into logical groups and attempting to highlight common problem
areas. While the data in each report is
different, they share a common format.
Each report has two views, the Graph View and the Data View.
The Graph view has three major
- Navigation Tree (Legend): In
addition to listing the data series on the report, the legend helps you
overcome the “Information Overload” created by the sheer amount of
data. Use the Legend to show or
hide any of the data series on the report.
Response Time: This is a line
chart showing the average response time for each data series. The response time is an average of all
data points for that series based on the grouping specified in the
selection criteria (Second, Minute, …).
- Volume: This is a bar chart showing
the number of transaction (data points) for each series.
Comments are used to point out or bring attention to
specific data points (mouse click on the data point and select ‘Add
System generated comments are designed to point out areas of
know problems (such as garbage collection performance problems).
User comments are comments that you add to your own
reports. This can be very helpful to
draw attention to specific data when exporting to a PDF file.
The data view shows the raw data used to generate the
report. The data will vary by report,
but here are the common columns.
- TxCount: Represents the “Transaction Count” and
is used to populate the Volume chart in the Graph view.
Max and Ave: Represent the min max and average response time in
milliseconds (1000 = one seconds).
- Method: This is the name of the method or the logical function.
Data: The start data is specific
the function and is defined by the “Collector” used to collect the data.
- End Data: The end data is also specific to the
“Collector” used to collect data.
It is normally empty except for error when is will contain a
description of the Exception.
- Date: This is the date and time of the data