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Response TIme Longer than Duration

Based on my understanding of response time and duration, duration can be as long as response time, or longer than it.

But in this case, the duration of the purepath is shorter than the response time, how do I interpret this? (Even if let's said, Let's Said I want to interpret is...somehow...due to network, that wouldn't be true as well since the users that is using this application are only two users accessing from their laptop in corporate LAN, in the very same floor very same building)

Appreciate if any one can shed some light on this purepath.

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JamesKitson
Dynatrace Leader
Dynatrace Leader

My understanding is that this should not be the case. There may be some unusual activity in the PurePath (I think I've heard of asynchronous timeouts being a theory) causing it but I would call that a bug. You may want to open a support case so they can drill into it.

James