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How to Calulate the response Time from a Server

chetan raj
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Joined: Jul 18, 2006
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Hi All,
I have a requirement to calculate the amount of time it take to get a response from a server.
I want to know is there a possibility with any open source api like log4j or any other open source api etc.
using which i can calculate the amount of time it took for a request to get processed.


thanks in advance
Chetan
Joe Ess
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Create an instance of URL. Save the system time. Try to read the content (perhaps only one byte from the input stream). Get the system time again. Subtract the first time from the second time. The result is the response time.


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