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Application Definition using Web Service Entry Point

parveen_shaik
Inactive

Hi Team,

We have configured Dynatrace agents for an application "ABC" and we are seeing a purepath transaction (mentioned the below pattern) of the application is mapped to "Default Application" instead to the defined application (abc-prod).

The purepath transaction is a web service call by method , ant the pattern is "/abc/xyz/Query#http://ab.example.session.bggy/Query/getSuperQuery". We have tried all the possible ways to map these purepaths to abc-prod, which didn't worked out.

We have tried to below methods

1) Adding URI Pattern "/abc/xyz/Query" with match criteria "starts" as well as "contains"

2) Adding an Entry point as "://ab.example.session.bggy/Query/getSuperQuery" with match criteria contains

3) Adding URI Pattern as "getSuperQuery" with match criteria "contains"

4) And also adding the full purepath pattern

Could anyone please suggest your inputs on this, how to proceed on these kind of scenarios.

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parveen_shaik
Inactive

Hi All,

Could anyone please provide your inputs on the above ask.

BabarQayyum
Leader

Hello Parveen,

As you aware that the starting point of a PurePath is its entry point. It is the start of the method call chain that makes up the PurePath. So only the entry point of the PurePath is used, no arbitrary nodes or subpaths.

Open the Entry Points dashlet and verify the patterns you shared in your post.

Regards,

Babar

Hi Babar,

The Entry point of the above listed PurePath pattern is "abc/xyz/Query#http://ab.example.session.bggy/Query/getSuperQuery".