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How to convert response time value in Milliseconds in seconds in ReadyAPI

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smanikandan
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How to convert response time value in Milliseconds in seconds in ReadyAPI

How to convert response time value in Milliseconds in seconds in ReadyAPI

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msiadak
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I assume you are asking how to convert this? There are 1000 milliseconds to 1 second. Or are you looking to make ReadyAPI convert the values for you?

 




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smanikandan
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yes, I am looking for the feature to convert the response time to seconds instead of milliseconds in readyAPI

As far as I am aware, there's no setting in ReadyAPI to do that for you. You can try putting in for a feature request here and see if that gains traction.




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smanikandan
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Thanks, Is there a way to convert in Groovy Script?

Yes, that should be possible. Do you want to access it as a groovy assertion on each test step? Or as a separate groovy test step? What do you want the groovy script to do with the time calculated in seconds?

 




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smanikandan
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Looking for a separate way to convert the response time in seconds in Groovey script test step after perform the request

Here's some code that should work as a groovy test step. You'll have to have to fill in the test step you care about, but this will get you the response time in seconds.

def testStep = context.testCase.testSteps["ENTER TEST STEP NAME HERE"]

def milliSeconds = testStep.testRequest.response.getTimeTaken();
def seconds = milliSeconds / 1000;

 




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smanikandan
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Thanks its worked

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