Hi, I have a application which i am monitoring using agentless Js tag to perform real user monitoring. When i look into the application under "Top Errors" section, I am seeing lot of "Failed Image" requests but when i load those images in browser they gets loaded perfectly fine and also I am NOT seeing any errors in my apache access logs for those images.
So why Dynatrace is showing them as Failed Image request. This is creating a lot of confusion between developers and stakeholders whether to rely on this data or not.
Can someone shed light on this as what exactly it is capturing here?
Any help is appreciated.
@Julius_Loman It's a public facing application and all the images are loaded like this - /join/static/img/WhyVM-Ultrafast.svg
Also as i mentioned, there are no errors in Apache logs, no 5XX no 4XX errors. If they are failing to load, it should appear in apache logs in Splunk
@shashank_b_agra No, they likely did not reach your server and that's why Dynatrace RUM reports broken images. Look at the user sessions which had those image errors. RUM measures that in the browser for the webapp. If something blocks it on the way to your host (adblocker/proxy/network/... anything), you won't see that in your Apache log.
Hi, I have a similar case but when trying to locate the specific image, the waterfall analysis only indicates that it is a Failed Image request, however the Resource Type indicates Other.
In this particular page we have not found any image failing, the supposed image URL only redirects to the page and some query string parameters that vary according to the transaction.
So we have no clear idea as to what is the particular image with error...
Any help would be greatly appreciated.