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Capturing Browser/Application/Database Data Transfer Sizes

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Capturing Browser/Application/Database Data Transfer Sizes

Postby rickbryant » Wed Jun 10, 2020 7:52 pm

Is there a way to capture the size of the data transferred between the application and the client browser per transaction? Is there a way to capture the size of the data transferred between the application and the database for each SQL statement? For example, when our application executes, we'd like to capture the following 4 scenarios:
1) the size of the data transferred from the database to the application when a SELECT statement is executed
2) the size of the data transferred from the application to the database when an UPDATE or INSERT statement is executed
3) the size of the data transferred from the application to the client browser when a servlet controller (or a JSP) sends a response
4) the size of the data transferred from the client browser to the application when a servlet controller (or a JSP) receives a request

Thanks,
Rick
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Re: Capturing Browser/Application/Database Data Transfer Siz

Postby Anton Katilin » Thu Jun 11, 2020 6:59 am

Hi Rick

Please try the "Timeline" in "Events" view:
https://www.yourkit.com/docs/java/help/ ... meline.jsp

For example, if an SQL call involves socket data transfer, you can see them as nested events.

Best regards,
Anton
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