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|Example: TE_wait_sync_transaction||Synchronization Functions|
Records the time that the system remained in the most recent X SYSTEM mode.
int TE_wait_sync_transaction( char *transaction_name );
|transaction_name||A string indicating the name of the transaction.|
You can instruct VuGen to record the time that the system remains in the X SYSTEM mode each time that the X SYSTEM mode is entered. To do so, VuGen inserts a TE_wait_sync_transaction function after each TE_wait_sync function.
This is shown in the following segment:
Each TE_wait_sync_transaction function creates a transaction with the specified name. The transactions allow you to analyze how long the terminal emulator waits for responses from the server during a run. You use the recording options to specify whether VuGen should automatically generate and insert TE_wait_sync_transaction statements.
To instruct VuGen to insert TE_wait_sync_transaction statements:
Select Vuser > Recording Options. The Recording Options dialog box appears.
Select the "Generate Automatic X SYSTEM transactions" check box, and then click OK.
This function returns 0 if it succeeds, and a negative error code if it fails. It also sets the global variable TE_errno.
You cannot use standard parameterization for any arguments in this function.