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Use the Alerts tab to set up automatic notification of job completion.
Note: Some email programs may prompt for send message confirmation. The job will not complete until confirmation is received.
To setup job notification
Then select the Alerts tab.
Select one or more notification types. Review the following for additional information:
|Operator E-mail||Sends an email containing a file attachment summarizing the results of a job.|
|Pager E-mail||Sends notification of job completion.|
|Net-Send Operator||Sends a network message to a specific machine notifying that a job is complete.|
Performance counters keep track of statistics during test execution. By default the following performance counters are recorded when a job executes, even though they do not display in the Performance Counter tab for a connection or job.
You can add performance counters to a connection or a job.
To add performance counters to a connection
From the global variable tab, you can add or delete the required variables.
To add a global variable
The new global variable displays.
Latency is delay added to the execution of a transaction to control of how fast transactions are submitted to the system-under-test. You can use the Replace child latencies dialog to quickly modify latency for all the direct children of a test. For example, when an Oracle trace file is imported, the latencies are automatically set to replay the transactions at their original rate, but changing these to a set value can replay the transactions in a shorter period of time.
To replace child latencies at the test level
In the New/Edit Job Wizard, right-click a test and select Replace Child Latencies.
In the Jobs View pane, right-click a test and select Replace Child Latencies.
In the Replace Child Latencies dialog, modify latency options. See About Latency for more information.
To replace child latencies at the User Scenario level
In the Transactions tab, right-click the user scenario and select Replace Child Latencies.