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Raw Error Rate: Can we determine counts for purepaths with 200 status but breach response threshold

dave_deleo
Inactive

Using Dynatrace we would like to see the counts in a graph that shows the number of purepaths that have status return codes of 200 but breach a purepath response threshold. We are finding a big demand for this information.

We were able to achieve this in appmon using Business transactions and Violation of Response time while filtering for only 200 status (another measure we created). However, it is very hard to conceive how this can be done in Dynatrace. Could someone please advise if this is possible and if so how to do it.

Thanks,

David

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Julius_Loman
Leader

If I got your question right, then this is possible using the Multi-dimensional analysis for a service.

Just open the service, then choose "Create" in the Multi-dimensional analysis views area. Create your custom chart with filters you want and just click save. The link to the chart will be added to the Multi-dimensional analysis views area in the service page.

However, it seems you can't pin this to the dashboard (at least I don't know how to do it).

dave_deleo
Inactive

Excellent Julius. Thank you! as I was playing around it appears this can be done directly also in the individual services. above the graph is the filtering and I discovered the Failed State tag. It offers Only Successful and Only Unsuccessful. Provided that "Only Unsuccessful" means Not 200 that would work. Then combining that with a response time tag and setting it as my threshold I can see all those that went over the threshold. It appears that I need to use what you suggested within the service group as those same filters are there. Jumping through hoops in appmon to get this to work it was unbelievable how easy it was in Dynatrace.

Thanks again Julius!

David

Actually it allows you to specify exact http status codes in the filter. Just use the Http Status Code filter.

dave_deleo
Inactive

Thanks Julius! That will help us ensure we get exactly what we need.

Thanks,

David