Thanks for your time Klaus, we are using dynaTrace version 188.8.131.5280, yes it was the mobile application logs where we were seeing performance data and user actions being recorded, I haven't gotten a chance to view the server logs yet which one should I be looking at for this?
edit: Updated version information to current build
Klaus, which file is this specifically? or at least where is it located? I do not see it in the system information dashlet in the client and I am trying to troubleshoot some mobile communication issues. We have a web server backend for the mobile app that is working jsut fine but we suddenly stopped receiving UEM from the mobile application itself.
Hi, the correlation log file will be at System Information, just look for the DT server logs. One of them is the server correlation.
Regarding UEM, if you browse from a mobile browser your web server injecting the J script, can you reach whatever/dynaTraceMonitor? (or look at the source coude there for the dtagent injected)?
Just to make sure you have mobile to web server + injection working first!
Thanks, some user error going on over here as I had searched for it there but must have typoed.
Navigating to the URL gives me a 401 unauthorized access warning for invalid credentials.
EDIT: Actually turns out if you use find before the System Information full loads, it will not load anymore so it will appear as though your search shows nothing even though it finds something.
No even in production the monitor URL is not taking me to the page that I can see that. It only takes me to the cannot be authenticated page, which has nothing showing the script injected.
We have a download page for the application itself that is also within the same APP pool and that has the Dynatrace URL monitor in the source code in both dev and production.
I do not know if I'm understanding correctly, but in any case, any html loaded from the application defined under UEM setting, should show you the Java script.
I'w add POST/GET permissions to i.e. Everyone on the dynaTraceMonitor path of your web app/server. In order to avoid the 401 codes, which may be potentially affect measures, information delivery, etc...in my humble opinion.
Also, at least we should make sure the "sliding bar" on UEM setting is in the position to show you End User Experience etc...not only server side. Did you check that? Or if you can post that screenshot for the given application and environment.
The sliding bar is set for the UEM on all the way to the right. We are injecting the code as I see the mobile browsers downloading the application for that page and they are part of the same agent group, I am just not getting any data from the app itself. The mobile browser and top desktop browser are both for that agent group, UEM appears to be working for them, just not involving any data from the mobile application itself.
Ok, so you don't see any "visits" basically? And not even user actions I assume?
How about if you define the Mobile Application for UEM? I can see it is listed in the transaction flow, shown as Default Application. Have you defined the app?
Yes, no visits or user actions for the mobile app, I only see user actions for the IIS portion of the application which is just app download and a help feature.The application name is all defined via the mobile ADK itself, but since no data is coming from the ADK no app appears. Now the default application for the mobile browser is because it goes through IIS and sadly you cannot assign an application defined by an ADK to also be defined manually.
Ok, now, the mobile app is it native Android or iOS built? Or do you (or the customer) use any framework to develop/build the mobile app)?
Based on your previous comments, it was working as expected and suddenly there were no visits at all? Is this correct?
Here is a screenshot from a mobile app, we used auto-instrumentation, even though the mobile app was built with Cordova Framework.
If you see the requests from mobile users to the web server, you should be able to define that application, not sure if this solves the issue, but it is a healthy practice though. In my example application xxxx QAS xxx was defined.
it is an iOS app that was built. I am still waiting on the devs tog et back to me with log info so I am trying to sure up everything on my end. Yes, teh applciation was working then suddenly stop working over the weekend with no apparent changes from the Devs and I made none on the dynatrace side.
I do know I can set an application from the web server but I cannot assign the same application as the mobile app so I had not made anything for the dev environment yet.
I understand, it will be great to take a look at the devs logs. If you can reach the URL defined to inject the Java script, from the mobiles, everything is almost ready.
Or you could also debug the mobile app on a device, i.e. with log cat, to make sure you can see the requests and info targeting that URL.
Did it stop working gradually (less and less visits during the weekend or at once? Trying to think if there was a new roll out involved or an infrastructure issue/change...