We are using Dynatrace 6.3 version.
In Test results dashboard for some test running under performance category the Minimum value is shown as 0.00.
Test automation settings:
Number of runs:3
After running the same tests for 4 times with different build numbers i see some tests showing purepath expected maximum and minimum values .but for some tests i see Expected Minimum value as 0.0.
Can please let me know how the expected maximum and minimum values are calculated and why it showing for some tests only.
Answer by Shafiz H. ·
does it mean i need to run my test 50 times?.
Let you expalin my senario of doing the testing.
We want to compare the performance for build to build.
currently we have 6.x version and we want to compare it with 5.x old version(different builds).
we run unit test on the both versions to compare the performance.
can you suggest me best way to do it with dynatrace ?
Answer by Wiktor B. ·
The expected minimum value may be zero, this is normal. The expected range is calculated using a formula that considers the variation of measure values in the corridor length. In your case you have corridor length set to 3 which is a very low value (the default is 50). I recommend rising the corridor length to get more meaningful results.
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