28 Sep 2017 03:31 PM - last edited on 12 Mar 2021 04:55 AM by laima_vainina
Is there a way to turn this off by default? Or is there an option on deployment for this to be disabled? This is a PaaS environment and process groups are up and down very frequently, meaning we would have to manually turn this off for each process group every time a new version is deployed.
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If you still want to have real user monitoring for some pages, you need to create an explicit application rule and enable real user monitoring for this application.
The configuration for the default application can be found in the global settings - web and mobile monitoring - application rules
Thanks for the reply. I understand that we can turn this off globally on the application level, but I was asking about at a process level. My screenshot is on a process group, not an application. This injection is causing output into log files of my client that they were not expecting. These processes serve only as APIs and not true web applications, so they need not be injected.
Turning of real user monitoring injection for technologies or a complete tenant on agent level is currently on the roadmap but not planned for the next months.
Please create a product enhancement idea and I will update it with our progress.
I did turn off RUM injection for the default application after your first comment. I will try and see if that helps the log spam. If not I will report back.
I guess it worked ?