In the Executions view you see information about executions, down to the transactions level, for a specific location, and the selected time frame. By default, transactions are sorted by start time. To find the information you need, you can sort by any of the columns in the table. The time range of the data displayed in the Executions view is initially the same as the time range from the Locations view. You can change the displayed time range.
The Executions view is limited to the last 250 executions.
To locate a specific execution if you have a large volume of executions, use a smaller custom time range.
The following details are displayed in the Executions view:
|Transaction Start Time|
Start time of the transaction
Name of the transaction
|Latency||Amount of time (in milliseconds) the transaction took for completion from end to end|
Number of availability errors in the transaction
Availability errors occur when the application does not respond, or when the application responds with an error that indicates it is unavailable.
Number of accuracy errors in the transaction
Accuracy is calculated with the assumption that monitored applications are working as designed and that the information transmitted to clients is correct. Functions that can be evaluated to determine accuracy include link checking, content validation, title validation, and response data verification.
Number of execution errors in the transaction (unlikely to exceed 1)
An execution error indicates that there were problems with the script execution. It does not indicate anything about the health of the application.
|Execution Start Time|
Start time of this execution
Click the action menu of a transaction to access the menu for that transaction. The following actions are available:
Opens the Execution Log dialog for requesting and downloading execution logs. See Execution log requests and management for more details.
|Custom Timers||Displays all custom timers defined for this transaction and their latency.|
Displays all page timers defined for this transaction and their latency.
|Error Messages||Displays all error messages issued for this transaction.|
Click the action menu of the transaction and select Custom Timers.
A window opens displaying all of the custom timers defined for the transaction and their latency (in milliseconds).
Click the action menu for the transaction and select Page Timers.
A window opens displaying all of the page timers for the transaction and their latency (in milliseconds).
Click the action menu for the transaction and select Error Messages.
The View Errors window opens displaying all of the error messages received while running the transaction. The error messages are sorted by category (Availability, Accuracy, and Execution).