Does LR have a way to compare Expected and Actual Response times?

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Is there a way to feed in the expected response time in the LR during or after the execution; so. it can compare the Expected vs Actual response time and tell me if my transaction is pass or fail. Presently I am doing it in excel which is a tedious process.

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**Yes** , Use the **Service Level Agreements (SLA)** option, in the LR controller and in the LR Analysis

Service level agreements (SLAs) are specific goals that you define for your load test scenario. After a scenario run, HP LoadRunner Analysis compares these goals against performance related data that was gathered and stored during the course of the run, and determines whether the SLA passed or failed.

From http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/12.50/help/WebHelp/Content/Controller/c_SLAs_overview.htm

**You can define and edit SLAs in the Controller or in Analysis**.

To define SLAs in the Controller, see ***How to Define Service Level Agreements***.
http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/12.50/help/WebHelp/Content/Analysis/104800_t_define_SLAs.htm

For details about defining SLAs in Analysis and viewing SLA information in Analysis reports, see ***Defining Service Level Agreements*** .
http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/12.50/help/WebHelp/Content/Analysis/104550_toc_SLAs_main.htm

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