I am planning to use UI Flow to perform the load test for a desktop application.
I am not sure how to capture the flow action execution timing.
Besides, I found that not much actions I can add (example, Http request is not available) to my UI Flow to archive the above requirement.
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Hi @Anonymous ,
Could you please take a try to record the current time at the beginning and the end of the flow, then you could calculate the interval between the two time?
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There is no such action like "create a variable" to capture the start time and end time.
Appreciate that if you can share your UI Flow on how to archive that.
hi @Anonymous what you can do is before your UI flow action in PA use formatdatetime(utcnow(),'yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss') to get the current time before excecute your UI flow, an then after that you can add another, so you have there the time.
Thanks for your reply. I am quite new to MS Flow and I am not sure how to archive your suggestion.
Appreciate that if you can share your sample UI Flow on how to archive that.
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