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TitleVST _Trans._Trans-Duration displays incorrect value
URL NameVST-Trans-Trans-Duration-displays-incorrect-value
Article Number000184122
EnvironmentVersion: OpenEdge 11.3, 11.6
OS: All supported platforms
Question/Problem Description
When checking transaction times using _Trans._Trans-Duration from the _Trans VST, incorrect value is displayed, much too high when compared with the database uptime (_ActSummary._Summary-Uptime).

In one instance, _Trans._Trans-Duration indicated a transaction duration of 1'455'934'260 seconds (circa 46 years), when database uptime was in fact 6 days.

 
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Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect NumberDefect OCTA-3336 / PSC00346134
Enhancement Number
Cause
Resolution
Until a fix is available, use the workaround below.
Workaround
Add _Trans._Trans-Txtime to the code. Deducting that from the current time should give an independent check on the tx duration
Notes
Last Modified Date1/29/2020 10:43 AM
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