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Scenario Block Frequency Report
This report shows the frequency of execution of each block of a selected scenario relative to execution of other blocks of the same scenario. For each block, the distribution of execution results over possible exits is provided.
Block Type is the scenario block type.
Block Title is the scenario block title.
Exit is the scenario block exit taken. Note that the exit "exception" normally means the termination of an interaction from the customer side.
For the block, Visits are the number of times that the given block was executed.
For an exit, Visits are the number of times that the given exit of the block was taken.
For the block, this is the percentage of times that the given block was executed relative to number of times all blocks of the given scenario were executed.
For an exit, this is the percentage of times that the given exit was taken relative to the number of times the block was executed.