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Dinesh Kakadiya
Dinesh Kakadiya
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6/23/2011
Dinesh Kakadiya
Dinesh Kakadiya
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This my Test Result Aggregate Session time (s):   17918.81 Test run duration (s):        118.98
How aggregate session time is calculate?
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Vadim @StresStimulus
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6/23/2011
Vadim @StresStimulus
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Hi Dinesh,

Welcome to the StresStimulus place.  Aggregate Session time was well explained here by Eric Lawrence, a creator of Fiddler:
Aggregate Session time is the sum total of the full time for each
session.  It does not include any idle time (e.g. between requests)
nor does it make any attempt to adjust for the fact that two or more
of those sessions may be occurring in parallel.

Most people are interested in "clock time," but when you're doing
manual performance analysis (including the delay of having a human
click on links, etc) it can be useful to know the aggregate session
time.

Session time is a time between a request is sent and the corresponding response is received. Below picture shows how in the scenario with 17 requests the Test run duration is ~5s and Aggregate time is ~11s. Aggregate time can be received by adding the length of all the horizontal bars on the time line.
 
Does it make sense?
 
Cheers,


-Vadim
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Dinesh Kakadiya
Dinesh Kakadiya
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6/24/2011
Dinesh Kakadiya
Dinesh Kakadiya
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?Hi Vadim
    Thank you for give me information

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