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Where to get web services' latency in Appmon?

We are trying to capture the latency of our web service calls in Appmon 6.5.17.1012. But I do not see any columns for the latency. Any help is appreaciated. Thanks!

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Hello NaveenKumar,

If there is no inter-tier time displayed in the column then it means that the web service didn't cross to other tiers within your application structure.

You can go to the transaction flow dashlet and right click on the tier where you know the web services should originate from, then right click and drill down to web services. This will show all the web services related to that tier and any latency related to them. You should not have to do any further configurations to see this data.

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David Nicholls

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David N. answered ·

Hello N,

The Inter-Tier Time column in the Web Services dashlet represents "The average network latency, in milliseconds, spent for invocations of the web service."

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David Nicholls

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Thanks. I am seeing blank data in those columns. Do we need to configure it?

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