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issue in performance test cases.

Punit Jain
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we have written some performance test cases, the problem which we are facing is, ware setting the maxElapsedTime for each of test case, and for this we have created one annotation maxElapsedTime.
we are using jenkins to build the code.
the problem is, each time test case average time is different.
(ie. i have setted maxElapsedTime 10000ms, for one testcase, now when i build it it build successfully, but next time when i build it gets fail, and require more maxElapsedTime, than i need to again increase that time.
we are using continuous integration also, so it builds 3 or 4 times in the night and build gets failed due to this reason.
can anyone tell me ehy is this happening and how can i solve this?
Punit Jain
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please let me know any other information is needed?
can anyone think for this why is this happening?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Why this is happening is going to be specific to your code. All we can recommend is to set the threshold higher and profile/troubleshoot.


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Punit Jain
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Why this is happening is going to be specific to your code. All we can recommend is to set the threshold higher and profile/troubleshoot.


already setted 15% higher, you asking for more higher?
 
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