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IE support for HTTP monitor

shilpi_mukherje
Frequent Guest

Hello Experts,

Is there any plan to support IE in HTTP Monitor? One of the packaged application has support for only IE browser, and we have instrumented OneAgent monitoring without Real User Monitoring. Please suggest how can we monitor the availability of this application using synthetic monitor (Browser clickpath or HTTP Monitor).


Regards,

Shilpi

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ChadTurner
DynaMight Guru
DynaMight Guru

Hello. Id recommend taking a look at this other posting as it covers exactly what are are looking for 🙂

https://answers.dynatrace.com/questions/237793/view.html

-Chad

AntonioSousa
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Given that you are talking about HTTP monitor, I thought it would be as simple as setting an additional HTTP header. But Dynatrace checks for that, so your best option here is creating an RFE. For the Browser clickpath, please check Chad's recommendation.

Antonio Sousa

The User-Agent string can be entered earlier on in the same page you were looking at.

Have to get some glasses 😞

Antonio Sousa

Hi @Antonio Sousa - you can try to open the image in the new tab or download. Then you will be able to see it in a much bigger resolution.

Hi Laima,

Was just kidding a little bit with myself, as I should have seen previously what Hannah suggested. In fact, both screenshots are from the same page, but I had overlooked the option that Hannah high-lightened 😉

Antonio Sousa

HannahM
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

Hi Shilpi,

HTTP Monitors do not use a Browser, so I'm not sure why you would want to emulate IE in them. You can modify the User-Agent string in case your endpoint is expecting something IE related.

For Browser monitors, Chad has given a great link.

Best wishes, Hannah