Enterprise Synthetic Documentation
Script health is closely tied to transaction
health, and offers information on very specific conditions including, but not limited to:
Scripts that did not execute.
Scripts that executed but did not complete,
and which transactions were affected.
Scripts that were unable to be invoked, for
what reason, and which transactions were affected.
Scheduling problems with scripts, and which
transactions this affects.
Agent health - unresponsive or "down" Agents
during an interval when communication with the Agent is expected.
The status of the scripting tools.
The Script Health Report is available when a
script error has occurred. Access this report on the Deployment View or the
Health Monitoring content pane. For more information, see Viewing the Script Health Summary Report and Health Monitoring View. This report shows details about the script, including:
Time report was generated.
Name of the script and its associated tool.
Date and time the error occurred.
The number of errors that occurred.
Detailed description of each error, and a
The Agents that are running the script.
The report helps you determine the health of the
script by showing the number of script errors that have occurred over a period of time. This
reports is divided into the following sections:
Script Error Count section
Script Error History section
The date and time that the script was
The name of the script as it appears in the
Enterprise Synthetic Console.
The date and time that the script was last
The scripting tool used to run the
The current status of the script. Valid
Good – Running without errors.
Critical – Errors have occurred since
the last successful run.
Warning – Errors have occurred prior to
the last successful run
If the script was reset, the date and time
This section shows up to the last 10 errors.
The date that the script error
The total number of all errors that
occurred on that date. Includes script errors, scripting tool errors, scheduling errors, and other
The total number of script errors that
The total number of scripting tool errors
The total number of scheduling errors that
The total number of all other errors that
The date and time that the error occurred.
Click this link to view the Script Error History for this particular error.
The type of error that occurred. Valid
A brief description of the script
If a screenshot was captured, provides a
link to the screenshot that was captured when the error occurred.
The name of the Agent on which the script
was running when the error occurred.
The machine name or IP address on which the
Agent is installed.
Location of the
The status of the Agent. Valid values
Normal – Running without errors.