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ARM transactions from MeasureWare in Reporter

ARM transactions from MeasureWare in Reporter

ARM transactions from MeasureWare in Reporter

Hi all,

we are running MeasureWare Agent version C03.00.00 on an NT4 Server. MWA successfully collects ARM event based transaction data (local log export shows data is collected).

When trying to view the data with PerfView or rying to gather the data using Reporter, no transaction data is transferred. In detail, the gather process runs successfully, but no transaction data appears in the database, and PerfView doesn`t even show transactions in the SCOPE data source.

This problem only occurs if there is no transaction data available of the same day the Reporter gather or Perfview is tried. In other words, everything works fine if i try to get data now when an hour ago transaction data has been created, but not when the data available is from yesterday.

Does anybody have an idea? All help appreciated... )


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