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This product reached the end of support date on March 31, 2021.

How can I show in the incident dashlet a parameter of a method that caches an exception?

dirk_meersseman
Contributor

In order to
do web requests, the application uses a java method with parameters url and
timeout

For
webservices that are not responded within this timeout, an exception is thrown.

In
Dynatrace, I configured an incident that counts the number of exceptions.

This works,
but I’d like to see the web service url in the incident dashlet without having
to drill down to the purepath.

Not
attractive: alternative of putting an incident on webservices that take longer
than x seconds, force me to program all the different timeout values in
Dynatrace.

1 REPLY 1

richard_boyd22
Inactive

Does the exception message indicate the web service name? You may want to define the exception as an error (see:https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display/... ) then use the "Errors" dashlet to track it. Does that work?

Rick B