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EUEM module for .Net application.

yamini_dubey
Organizer

I currently have one .Net agent installed on an IIS process running on my application server. I understand that EUEM module is a javascript . So how does an EUEM module work in current scenario.

PS: My application does have a web facing end for which the underlying process is .Net.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Regards

Yamini.

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Radu
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

Hi Yamini,

The UEM Agent is a JavaScript Agent which gets injected into the user's browser by the WebServer Agent. In your scenario, you would have to instrument your IIS WebServer with the Dynatrace Web Server Agent. This will then allow you to configure the UEM component and start injecting the JavaScript Agent which will bring you Visit and User Action data.

More info on the JavaScript Agent can be found here

More info on UEM in general can be found here

Let me know if you have other queries.

Regards,
Radu

@Radu S. Thanks.

So Installing a web agent on the same application machine and pointing it to the existing collector is what needs to be done right?

Regards.

If the same application machine is also your IIS webserver, then yes.
The details on configuring your webserver agent can be found here

Babar_Qayyum
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Hello Yamini,

I am just adding a bit more information that in your case IIS Web Server Agent is essential to be placed to get the benefits of UEM features.

In the Java based application, we can instrument the JavaScript agent without the web servers.

Regards,

Babar