02 Feb 2021 08:04 AM - last edited on 22 Apr 2021 07:30 AM by MaciejNeumann
It seems that the closest thing to Request Attributes in front-end is User Action Properties.
I want to be able to capture pageName, convId from the Form Data that is shown in the picture. However, I couldn't find a way to capture the data inside the request header.
What I've tried is is Meta tag, but that didn't work. Do you have any suggestions?
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You can actually combine these. You can define user action properties that use a request attribute as their data source. So you define it as a request attribute then use that in a user action property configuration. This does require full stack monitoring so will not work in agentless RUM.
I don't believe this will help in your specific case though since the only 'payloads' we can really pull will be post parameters x-www-form-urlencoded with webservers which I don't believe is what is in your screenshot. Might be worth a shot in case I am mistaken though.
You can use a Server Side Request Attribute to get the data you want from the backend.
Form data from a HTTP POST is actually one of the only parts where dynatrace captures data from payload.
Create a Request Attribute like this (You can Filter for Process Group / Tags):
Then add that Request Attribute in the User Action Property.
You can do the same with a separate request attribute and user action property for the other values you want.