Can someone provide a working example of using the REST API to create an
following is not working for me:curl -H "Content-Type: text/xml" -H
"Accept: text/xml" -d 'This is a
How would one go about capturing the username that initiated a web
request? It seems I can use UEM to tag web requests by a measure, but
where I can't seem to actually see the username anywhere. Any pointers
to documentation on how to do this would b...
Upgrading from 4.2 to 5.5 using dtmigration, and it appears that none of
our roles have been migrated. The 4.2 server/conf/user.permissions.xml
...While the 5.5
server/conf/user.permissions.xml has no role called "Developer". Is this
One of our applications runs with quartz embedded inside of the tomcat,
and it appears that dynatrace is not monitoring any of the activity
started by the scheduler. Is there any way to make this happen?
Over the past few days we have had the number of connections used by
dynatrace 4.2 to our oracle server hosting the performance warehouse
shoot way up, reaching session limits and causing all sorts of problems.
In particular, yesterday dynatrace had ...
Ahh, that works, thanks for the quick reply!Which leads me to another
(stranger) issue:It seems to be creating an agent group with the name of
an existing agent group (cmdbvis instead of my-new-group):PUT
I've done this (configure a measure to track it via session variable)
and configure UEM to tag visits by this measure. However, nowhere in the
documentation you mentioned does it show how to actually see the
username. For example, how would I find al...
No, as I pointed out above, there was no
user.permissions.xml.ToBeMigrated, and the 5.5 user.permissions.xml file
did not have out roles in it. The migration program appears to have a
bug in it where it is not migrating this file.
Nope, that file was not created as part of the migration. The only
'.toBeMigrated' files we have