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Business Unit label function

elvin_yeo
Contributor

Hi All,

What is the function of the label column in business unit?

It allows me to choose operations that are related to the software service but I can't figure out what is the purpose of it.

Regards,

Elvin


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Babar_Qayyum
Leader

Hello @elvin y.

The label gives you an option to choose operation or another entity matching the Type selection. Depending on the choice in the Type column, select the values filtered by the matching criteria.

To exclude a given entity from the rule, you can surround the string to be excluded with the character combination “~()”. For example, if you are defining a transaction as a container for SQL operations and want to exclude all SELECT operations, use the following structure:

~(SELECT *)

Operations or other hierarchy levels (for example, tasks or modules) are not shown on the reports for the given business unit.

Note that an exclude rule can be the only definition in the Label field. Negation can be used in combination with any hierarchy level set in the Type column.

For expressions, use the following structure:

parameter1="value1",parameter2="*mask2"

Expressions consist of parameters and their values. You can use the following parameters: operation, task, module, service, host, method, and protocol. They must be separated by commas, with no spaces.

Parameter values must be enclosed in quotation marks.

https://www.dynatrace.com/support/doc/nam/cas-and-...

Regards,

Babar