07 Mar 2018 06:02 PM - last edited on 15 Sep 2022 06:10 AM by Ana_Kuzmenchuk
I'm in the midst of deploying Dynatrace Managed for a customer and I'm not really familiar with the CSS part for user tagging. We have identified the CSS element which contains the user name, but I'm just not too sure if the configuration is correct. Could you help me to verify?
As attached is a screenshot, and the highlighted part is the user name we want to capture. Would "#navTabButtonUserInfoText navTabButtonUserInfoWorker@title" work? As I will not be onsite until next week and customer is new to the product, I'd just thought of getting opinions here first...
Solved! Go to Solution.
First, capture the correct CSS selector by selecting your element from the WebGUI, then click right and select Inspect. You have this option in Chrome and Firefox, not in IE.
Then in the HTML editor, click on "copy as CSS", past in Dynatrace and that's done
In some cases, that may not be sufficient because you are capturing extra characters or strings. Then use a regex that you will put under the "Apply cleanup rule" option in the "User tag" rule of your Dynatrace application.
You can also have a look here:
Here's a brief step-by-step PowerPoint that may help also, especially if you want to test the CSS selector before you add it to Dynatrace:
Can you please share this PPT again as I've tried to access it, I find It's expired.
I shared it again here:
Our corporate policy is to set a 90 expiration on links shared on SharePoint, so the clock starts again now...
Thanks guys! The one that worked is #navBarUserInfoTextId > span.navTabButtonUserInfoText.navTabButtonUserInfoWorker.
Great thanks for sharing this Chris, very helpful for user tagging in MS Dynamics!
just to clear details:
to get value of attribute title it should be:
#navBarUserInfoTextId > span.navTabButtonUserInfoText.navTabButtonUserInfoWorker@title