I have enabled Visually Complete in Dynatrace V. 7.05 for a few profiles but am getting inconsistent results. I wanted to check to see if I am running into a compatibility issue.
I am looking for values in the user experience -> user action purepaths section of each profile. I filter for a specific URI and then check the "Visually Complete Time[ms]" column for results.
The issue I am running into is that sometimes I have a value, but often there is just a "-" there. I thought at first that it may be a browser issue as in one of the profiles it only shows a value if Chrome 60 is used (although it still gets a "-" sometimes for Chrome 60). In another profile I am getting values if the browser is IE 7.0 (11.0 Compat View) and IE 7.0 (9.0 Compat View).
I have seen a post that seemed to indicate that it wont work in IE or Firefox:https://answers.dynatrace.com/spaces/154/open-q-a_...
If anyone can suggest settings I may need to adjust or point me to a document/page that specifically lists compatibility for this feature it would be very helpful to me.
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I have the same request. It seems we don't get the "visually complete" or "speed index" metrics from any apple mobiles/tablets either (we have a _lot_ of customers using apple mobile devices). It would be good to have a document that states what platforms/browsers that are currently supported.
I saw a recent ticket that went in to this a bit - it seems it definitely isn't supported for Safari at this time and to get an idea of where it will work support inidicated it is based on MutationObserver (http://caniuse.com/#search=mutation%20observer) and Resource Timings (http://caniuse.com/#search=resource%20timing).
So the two above pages may help a bit.
Thank you very much for the reply I don't know how I missed this. Sorry for not saying thank you sooner. That is very helpful and will help me to justify/explain why it works in some cases and not in others.
I don't know if there's a list somewhere so I can't say they're "officially" supported for certain but I took a look through our live data and I do see visually complete being calculated for user actions in each of those browsers that I can find visits from so I would be pretty confident they will work.