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Response time measuring

Hi guys,

I need to measure the response time, when I click on the report selection (eg. year 2013)  and wait for the display of orders in the year. My database contains millions of records, so it takes some time. I need to measure when I get my result from any click. The logfile just record the reload data time from SQL Server or other sources, not response time. Any ideas?

Thx so much

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MK_QSL
MVP
MVP

As far as I know, not available in QlikView...!!!

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Are you using Direct SQL then I am not sure. If its a normal reload you can use the =ReloadTime() function at start of execution and at the end use the same function using different variable a difference will get you the wait time

rupe
Specialist
Specialist

I am afraid that you probably need a stopwatch

Karthik3
Creator III
Creator III

Try Jmeter for Qlikview