Kaare,
thanks for your knowledge, but Im not sure about the response time of 
interactive job like transaction. Transaction should be able measure also 
batch jobs. I thing it should measure CPU, IO and CMN in one. And what to 
know is, how looks like taransaction in MI. 

Matej Banik
mbanik@xxxxxx





My understanding has always been that a the term "transaction" in
connection with measuring performance is used for interactive jobs and
defines the resources used
  - from the time when the user hits "Enter"
  - until the result is displayed on the work station.

Kaare Plesner

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Subject: [MI400] Transaction definition 

Hi,

I have problems whit understandig of performance measuring in
transaction. 
I don't know how can I imagine a transaction in OS/400 or SLIC. Is it 
certain number of jobs, proceses, tasks, instructions... ? I can't get
the 
definition in E-Books or on the Internet. Please, any link or
information 
would help. 

Matej Banik
mbanik@xxxxxx
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