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End User Monitoring (EUM)

EUM - Page Limits

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Abhinav.Galodha
Architect

EUM - Page Limits

Hi Team,

 

As per the documentation at https://docs.appdynamics.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=35456848 the page limit is defined for Base Pages (Virtual Pages) & IFrames as 500 and then further defines 500 ajax call limit.


"Page Limits
There is a limit of 500 total base pages (including virtual pages) + iframes and 500 Ajax calls that can be individually tracked per application."

 

My Question are mentioned below.

 

1. Is it 500 limit for the Base Page + Virtual Page + IFrames + Ajax Calls ?

2. Is it 500 limit for Base Page + Virtual Page + IFrames and another  500  for Ajax calls.

3. Are Pages & Ajax Request without Load also included to calculate the number?

 

 

 

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EUM - Page Limits
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Chitra.Lal
AppDynamics Team

 

Hi Abhinav,

 

Here are the answers to your queries:

 

1. Is it 500 limit for the Base Page + Virtual Page + IFrames + Ajax Calls ?

 

No its like, Virtual Pages are combined with Pages & iFrames for a combined limit of 500 different requests. Essentially Pages + iFrames + Virtual Pages = 500. This can be found in our documentation center here. And separately 500 for AJAX calls

 

2. Is it 500 limit for Base Page + Virtual Page + IFrames and another  500  for Ajax calls.

 

Yes, thats true per above explaination.

 

3. Are Pages & Ajax Request without Load also included to calculate the number?

 

 

As this is a limit on the calls that can be individually tracked per application, so once registered they will be counted against limit regardless of whether they have load right now or not. Hence if you have hit your page limit, then you need to delete the affected old page names(including those which may not be reporting right now) before any new page names can be added to the database. Doing so also deletes any accumulated metrics for those page names.

 

Let me know on case you have further queries. 

 

Thanks,

Chitra

 


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