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- From: "Scheler, Fabian (CT RDA IOT SES-DE)" <Fabian.Scheler@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2018 15:59:10 +0200
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Hi Trace Compassers!
I recorded the start and the end of request carrying out a specific
operation on a specific element on the server.
I want to analyze the duration of these operations and for this I
created a data driven analysis via an XML-file. The analysis creates
segments and as name of the segment I use the ID of the element on the
server. And now, I have some questions regarding the usage of segments:
My problem now is, that I cannot distinguish the different operations
that have been carried out on the element. Is it possible to structure
segments according to multiple dimensions, e.g. the element affected and
the operation carried out? All the data necessary is available. Or is it
necessary to provide multiple patterns here?
Is it possible to generate segments within a callstack-analysis, too?
Can I also create segments that refer to specific state transitions
within a more complex fsm?
For example, I have a fsm with the following states: 'start', 'state1',
'state2', 'end'. The initial state is 'start', then the fsm proceeds to
'state1', then it may switch multiple times between 'state2' and
'state1', before the final state 'end' is reached. I now want to create
one segment every time, the fsm takes the transition between 'state1'
Is this possible?
With best regards,
Dr. Fabian Scheler
Research and Development for Digitalization and Automation
CT RDA IOT SES-DE
91058 Erlangen, Germany
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