We are seeing some differences in where the time is spent on webrequest from a browser application, some have most time on other operation and a few most time is on server time on the same request. The difference is in the browsers, versions and types are there any versions/types of browsers that is not supported regardig the metric "operation time with breakdown"?
As far as i am aware browser type relates to the client and not the operation time metric. Operation time with breakdown should not be related to the browser. Rather the browser used may give different results for the same operation. This is common as developers usually build applications for specific browsers.
If you can post a screenshot of your differences i can have a closer look.
We have this one, two users it shows "server time" as the biggeest time comsumer, all the other "other time".
And it does seem to catch the client type and version on these two users, its standard machines with same policies and IE versions.
Looking at that report, those are average response times for multiple requests. I am guessing what is happening is that you have an one that is much higher than the others and is skewing the average.
Do you have an ADS? If so you could look at the individual requests in it. You could also enable request and response header recognition so we can see why the browser is not reported.
If not can you add time as a dimension to that report and set the resolution to 1 period so we can see the greatest breakdown?
We dont have any ADS im afraid, and running version 126.96.36.199
We dont really get the "operation time with breakdown" on our sap crm SS, on two users its always server time as the biggest time comsumer and on the others its other time.
Its not on one request that skewing the total, its all request on these two users, we think its because failure to get information from there browser, hence the type and version is blank on them.
Im just confused why its setting it on server time when its not