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Headers - x-dynatrace-application x-dynatrace-origin-Url x-dynatrace-request-state

Alexander_R_
Advisor


Please clarify to me what this headers mean? There is no documentation except this


x-dynatrace-application


x-dynatrace-origin-Url


x-dynatrace-request-state

I switch UEM(RUM) to off state for default web application, but there is some requests with these headers.

How i can disabled these headers?

Regards,

Alexander


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Documentation you passed is for appmon (different product). Your post is on Dynatrace forum. As you are talking about UEM I understand that you have appmon. After disabling UEM it may take some time to make it stop working (because some users still have open sessions with injected agent). Another thing is that are you sure that your application that is configured for UEM has 100% of uris covered? If not it may be possible that you have turned on UEM for default application, disabled for the one you are talking about and you still see requests with those headers.

Sebastian


With AppMon i have no questions 😕

It is case with Dynatrace, RUM.

Customer have these headers in request, how i can disable these headers (RUM for these servers is OFF)?

Regards,

Alexander


How long after disabling rum it is? Couple of hours? Is it kind of SPA application? If yes, users can have dom with RUM agent and it will work (even if DT finally is not collecting those data). If it is huge amount of requests with this header long time after disabling RUM, open support ticket.

Sebastian


For default web application RUM is disabled more than one month.

Regards,

Alexander


Disbaling monitoring of application will not stop injecting rum agent. It will not store sent data. Disable autoinjecting of RUM on particular process groups. Go to Process Group => Edit:

This should solve your problem.

Sebastian


Sebastian, thank you. I have already disabled for some groups. I think it will help exclude these requests headers.