We have a calculated service metrics in which we have few request attributes in Filter and two request attributes in Splitting , Please find below metrics for more details.
This Calculated service metrics are capturing the data like below.
|We are not flying on this route.
|There are not any availability on selected dates.
Please enter the correct card details.
|Please enter address details.
|Card verification failed. please use different card.
|There is some technical problem, please try after some time.
Is there any way to create the Custom chart for every page( like Flight list, payment etc) to show all the error messages respective that page?
Note: We have tried it but didn't see any feature where we can filtered the data based on Request attribute in Custom chart.
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This is possible but you will need to have a metric basis. Are you looking for errors, throughput and so on. Once you define your Main Metric, like failure for example, we can set that for services, then add a filter to only include certain Request Attribute values. This can all be done from the new metrics explorer and from the custom chart via filters:
Thanks Chad, for your response.
I have tried this solution but the problem is that filter is not allowing to filter data for specific value of request attribute.
I have SITE_ReturnValue_PageId(which is in splitting in metrics) capturing the data like(Flight list, payment, confirm etc). Suppose I want to create a chart which will show all the messages that occurred on 'Payment' page then I need to add that request attribute in filter like below
But I am not getting this kind of option in Custom chart and Data Explorer as well. We are this option only in Multidimensional Analysis View.
Hi @nitin_dumbre ,
what you will need to do this is a multidimensional split (or tags) support in Dynatrace. This is currently not possible with custom service metrics. I have filed an enhancement request for this some time ago, feel free to support/upvote it.
Meanwhile since this is a very limiting issue indeed that other timeseries databases support very well (why oh my not Dynatrace!). I'm using a workaround for this, though with the help of better external analysis and visualization. Here is how:
(the data is all captured in Dynatrace, but is then stored in InfluxDB and visualized in Grafana for better granularity, data retention and better visualization)
It's a workaround and a bit disappointing but it works well for end-users that are interested in exhaustive data representation 🙂