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How to write key request [server side, user action, visit] in dynatrace managed? urgent



we have few BTs in Appmon [serverside purepath, useraction and visit] for which we need to write the key request in Dynatrace managed. where and how we an replicate the same.






DynaMight Guru
DynaMight Guru

In general, what kind of business transactions are they? If those business transaction are around some method invocation, you can create Custom Service based on this method execution. Such new service will be representation of your business transaction. If you have multiple BT's in single process and amount of services would be too big, you can use request attributes for marking PurePaths with particular method (Request attributes made on Java / .NET / PHP Method are something like sensor in Appmon, but they are working as measure as well). Then those attributes can be charted in Multidimensional analysis view in services. So for example you will see method invocation in service that is working on tomcat. You can go there and create new Multidimensional analysis View. As measure you can pick for example Response Time. Then from available dimensions pick your Request Attribute, and uncheck Request. In such case you will have Response Time of all requests that has this method invocation. (only example, you can play with it). If you will extract some method argument values or return values from methods via Request Attributes you can chart those values in similar way. Some references: -> really nice performance clinic about mastering Request Attributes -> Documentation about custom services definition.


Regards, Sebastian

Dynatrace Champion
Dynatrace Champion

Hi Ramakrishnan P.!

If you're looking for Key User Actions and Key Requests, please follow the documentation below:

You can also use our in-product Live Chat (click on the speech bubble in the top-right of your tenant) to get real-time help from our Product Specialists on a 24x5 business day basis!

Kind regards,
Joshua P.

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