Often the number of app server transactions (requests per minute or rpm) is larger than the number of browser transactions (pages per minute or ppm) for the same application. Even sites where all pages are web-facing (no API or back-end-only components) may have between two and ten times more transactions than recorded browser page views.
Some common reasons that this can occur are:
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