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User action network contribution,

sathwika_vatte
Inactive

Hi,

In user action total response time is calculated as server contribution+network contribution+client/Browser time.

My question Network contribution is from server side network response time or client side network response time?

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david_n
Inactive

Hello Sathwika,

Here is the definition of the network contribution time that is in the documentation: The estimated time spent to transfer resources with an immediate impact on the user action response time.

I would believe that it the time spent by within the transaction for requests and responses to be transferred between the client and the backend servers.

Thanks,

David Nicholls

JamesKitson
Dynatrace Leader
Dynatrace Leader

The network contribution is estimated by checking the speed of the user's network connection (via bandwidth detection which must be enabled in UEM) in combination with request/response sizes (must be enabled in the web server and servlets sensor configurations). So in that sense it is the network contribution from the client perspective as David has said.

And for clarification, the user action response time is solely based on when the onload event completes in the browser, it does not try to add up server side + client side or anything like that.

James