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Managing WebSpeed Transaction Server Data : Examining WebSpeed-related Operational views : Accessing and reviewing the Broker Performance View : Graphs presentation
 
Graphs presentation
The graphs presentation section of the Broker Performance View contains three graphs: WS Broker Request, WS Broker Activity Status, and Client Connections. If conditions for data collection are set and the Trend option is selected (in the monitoring plan), the graphically displayed data appears and complements the summarized text data that appears on the WebSpeed Broker Performance View page. See the Data collection details for details.
One display format for these graphs, as shown on the Broker Performance View page, is a line graph. This format measures how a particular broker-related activity has changed over a period of time.
The following table briefly describes each of these graphs.
Table 15. WebSpeed Broker performance-related graphs
Graph name
Description
WS Broker Request Activity
Displays two lines of broker-related performance data over a specified time period. The blue line identifies the number of requests that the broker has completed. The red line identifies the number of requests that this same broker has received in this time period.
WS Broker Activity Status
Displays two lines of broker-related performance data over a specified time period. The blue line identifies the percent of requests that the broker has rejected, up to and including the last poll OpenEdge Management has completed for this broker resource. The red line identifies the percent of requests in the queue waiting for the broker, up to and including the last poll completed.
Client Connections
Displays two lines of client connections related to this broker over a specified time period. The blue line identifies the client total number of connections requested. The red line identifies the number of clients currently connected to this broker.
Note: It is possible for this graph to accurately show that the number of current connections is higher than the total number of connections. The Clients Total reflects only new connections over the specified time period. In contrast, the Clients Current reflects all current connections, both newly connected and those that might still be connected from a previous polling period, in place when the graph is displayed.
See Changing OpenEdge pinup graphical views for details about changing the data appearance of graphs.