Hello Dynatrace Community
we are interested in collecting metrics from the distributed traces via Dynatrace API. Especially, we would like to get the "client side response time". We can see this metric in cascade calls in the Dynatrace UI. If we try to fetch it with the timeseries API this metric is missing. Also for metrics v2 it cannot be found. The built in metric builtin:service.keyRequest.response.client was found in the documentation what should be the correspondence of the metric that could be seen in the UI.
The following thread mentrioned this mentric as a topic: https://community.dynatrace.com/t5/Real-User-Monitoring/Client-Side-Response-Time/m-p/176138?_ga=2.2...
Metric export has not been discussed there.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Basically there are 2 metrics available builtin:
This first is the client side response time per key requests. This means that there is a singular baseline Dynatrace tracks for every key request. This is one advantage of the key request. In the Dyntrace UI you can find this when you filter a chart on a key requests and check the response time.
The second one is a generic response time per web service, so basically all the requests combined together.
Both metrics can be exported via an API script and used in custom reporting. I can find the metric via the API using (v2).
If you would like find more information about metrics please click the link below:
In this part of our documentation you can find all available metrics and their describes. In you case if you looking for data from client side response time you should to use this metric: builtin:service.response.client
You can download these metrics using our API v2.
This metric (builtin:service.keyRequest.response.client) only applies to requests marked as key.
It's work for me. Below you can find my curl:
curl -X 'GET' \ 'https://<id>/api/v2/metrics/query?metricSelector=builtin%3Aservice.response.client' \ -H 'accept: application/json; charset=utf-8' \ -H 'Authorization: Api-Token <token>'
and response body:
You can through to the URL https://<your tenant>rest-api-doc and from DT's GUI help test the use of the API. Remember the proper token scope: metrics.read.