Clip Element Details

This export contains information for each clip element executed during the test. It contains one row for each message or script or other element executed during the test. This information is only available if the test was run with “Save Clip Element Details” turned on.

  • Band Name – The band in which this test clip was executed.
  • Band Index – The index of the band in the test composition.
  • Track Name – The name of the track in the test composition.
  • Track Index – The index of the track in the test composition. If the track does not repeat then this field is blank.
  • Clip Name – The name of the test clip in the test composition.
  • Container Index – The index of the container indicating the repeat of the container or blank if the container did not repeat.
  • Clip Element Name – The name of the clip element.
  • Clip Element Index – The index of the chain in the test clip.
  • Clip Element Name – The name of the clip element in the test clip. For example, Message1.
  • Clip Element Index – The index of the given clip element indicating the repeat of the clip element or blank if the clip element did not repeat.
  • Clip Element Type – The type of clip element, such as message, browser action, app action, delay, checkpoint, or collection.
  • Target Name – The underlying target name for the given clip element.
  • Operation – The type of operation that was executed. For example, a GET in HTML or an operation in a SOAP-based WSDL.
  • Server – The name of the test server that ran this clip element.
  • Location – The location that was defined for the given test server. Refer to Specifying Maestro Locations and Play Options.
  • Start (Offset) – The time the clip element was fired as an offset from the start of the test.
  • Start (Absolute) – The date/time the clip element was fired.
  • Send Time – The time the clip element was sent.
  • Receive Time – The time the clip element was received.
  • TTFB - The time to first byte for the clip element. TTFB is the amount of time from the start of the request to the first byte being received from the server. TTFB includes the following: establishing the HTTP connection, sending the request to the remote server, and waiting for the first response byte.
  • TTLB - The time to last bye for the clip element. The amount of time from the start of the request to the last byte being received from the server. TTLB includes the following: establishing the HTTP connection, sending the request to the remote server, and receiving the complete response. Does not include response "processing" (e.g. de-compressing, etc.).For example, 423409.
  • DNS Lookup Time - The total time for DNS Lookup to complete for this clip element.
  • Offset in Container - The (start) offset time for the given clip element from its parent container.
  • Wait for Connection Pool Time – The wait time in the connection pool.
  • Delta From Scheduled Time –The difference in a timed container between the offset of the actual start time from the scheduled time, in milliseconds (ms).
  • Delta Scheduled Duration – The difference in a timed container between the scheduled duration from send to receive and the actual one.
  • Validation Error – The number of validation errors.
  • Bytes Sent – The total number of bytes for the given clip element sent to the remote server, including the request line, the headers, the body, and all separating whitespace.
  • Bytes Received –The total number of bytes received for the given clip element from the remote server, including the status line, the headers, the body, and all separating whitespace. If the response requires any post-processing (e.g. decompression or binary-to-text-conversion), this will be the number of bytes *before* the post-processing took place.