Clip Element Aggregate

This export contains aggregated information for every clip element in the test. There is one row for each clip element and error combination.

  • Container Name – The name of the container for the given clip element (e.g. test clip, nested clip, or collection of type) in the test composition.
  • Clip Element Name – The name of the clip element in the test clip. For example, Message1.
  • Error – Displays the error text (or NONE if the clip element had no error).
  • URL Protocol – The type of URL protocol in use, usually "HTTP".
  • URL Domain – The originating domain of the clip element's URL.
  • URL Path – The clip element's path on the given server, starting from the URL's root ("/").
  • Clip Element Type – The type of clip element, such as message, browser action, databse action, delay, checkpoint, or collection (by type).
  • Count – The count of clip elements. For example, eight for a message with eight repeats.
  • Send Count – The send count for the clip element. For example, eight messages sent.
  • Total Response Time – The sum of all of the clip element’s duration values for all actions in this container and containers it contains that did complete a request (see the collection's Response Count). Note that actions can execute in parallel, especially in Pages, so this sum can be longer than the duration of the container itself.
  • Avg. Response Time – The average response time for the clip element. For example, 439.
  • Min Response Time – The minimum response time. For example, 199.
  • Max Response Time – The maximum response time. For example, 873
  • Total Time – The total time for the clip element, including send and receive. For example 3519.
  • Min. Total Time – The minimum total time. For example, 199.
  • Max. Total Time – The maximum total time. For example, 873.
  • Avg. TTFB - The average time to first byte for the URL. 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.
  • Avg. TTLB-TTFB - The average time to last byte minus the time to first byte for the URL.
  • Total Offset - The total of the (start time) offsets into the immediate parent of the clip element such as a page.
  • Avg. Offset in Container - The average (start) offset time for the given clip element from its parent container.
  • Total DNS Lookup Time - The sum total of time for DNS Lookup to complete for this clip element (e.g. when repeats are in use).
  • Avg. DNS Lookup Time - The avg. time for DNS Lookup to complete for this clip element (e.g. when repeats are in use).
  • Total Connection Establish Time - The total time taken to establlsh an HTTP(s) connection(s) for this clip element.
  • Avg. Connection Establish Time - The average time taken per repeat to establlsh an HTTP(s) connection(s) for this clip element.
  • Total Wait for Connection Pool Time - The total time spent waiting in connection pool(s) for this clip element.
  • Avg. Wait for Connection Pool Time - The average time spent waiting in connection pool(s) for this clip element per repeat.
  • Total Send Time – The total time to send each clip element successfully for all repeats. This includes sending the request content to the server (including request line, headers, and body). The does not include any of the following: establishing the HTTP connection, waiting for the server to respond, or processing the server response.
  • Avg Send Time – The average time to send each clip element per repeat. This includes sending the request content to the server (including request line, headers, and body). The does not include any of the following: establishing the HTTP connection, waiting for the server to respond, or processing the server response.
  • Bytes Sent – The total number of bytes sent for the given clip element successfully sent during the second.
  • Bytes Received – The total number of bytes received from the remote server during the second, 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.
  • Total Errors – The Total number of messages with errors for messages attempted to send during the second.
  • Validation Errors - The number of validation errors for the clip element. Validations are the technique used to verify that a test event occurs as expected. For example, verifying expected text on a web site landing page after login, or expected text in a WebUI or mobile app after a view is loaded.