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How to export the status code and ajax error code from browser snapshot data for analytics purpose?

How to export the status code and ajax error code from browser snapshot data for analytics purpose?

I am trying to export the status code and ajax error code in user experience from browser snapshot data of respective requests for our analytics purpose? Is there any way to do this?

 

I tried with multiple options but am not sure how will be able to export these.

 

I have used analytics API as an alternative to fetch these values but I see ajax error value is always captured null for all the requests on the analytics level.

 

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You can see above our requirement is to just capture this status code and ajax error code for the respective API.

 

Please help me with this.

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How to export the status code and ajax error code from browser snapshot data for analytics purpose?
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Hi Team,

 

Thank you for the update!!

 

Is there any way to delete the custom metric that we have created on AppDynamics from the ADQL query on the analytics level as you suggested below?

 

Thanks and Regards,

Dhiraj Kumar

 

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Hiroki.Ito
AppDynamics Team

 

I believe you can see the list of created metrics from Analytics->Metrics page.
You can delete the metrics on that page too.
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Best Regards,
Hiroki

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Hi Team,

 

Thank you for your quick response!!

One strange behavior we observed in AppDynamics Ajax error code(500 series error) count in analytics through ADQL and browser snapshot((500 series error))for the same base URL.

 

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For Analytics above we get the count 522 for Ajax error code 500 series.

 

But for the same when we verified from browser snapshot as per my understanding for the same page name we should be getting the same count but we are getting only 228 counts for the same time range as you can see below.

 

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why is there a difference in count in browser snapshot data and data we get through ADQL?

 

Do we have any restriction on the total no of counts that we get on browser snapshot data?

 

Please clarify that point. It would be really helpful in order to implement the same on the project level as we are planning to create some custom metrics using an ADQL analytics query. We observed these differences so just looking for some clarification to avoid any discrepancies later point in time.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Dhiraj Kumar

 

 

Hiroki.Ito
AppDynamics Team


As written in the document below, browser snapshots are collected every minute from collection of beacon samples. All errors may not be captured but rather a sampling of them.

Therefore, the count in browser snapshots may be less than data from ADQL Analytics query.
With Analytics, every event(request) is captured, so the number from ADQL Analytics query should be accurate.

Best Regards,
Hiroki

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Ryan.Paredez
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Hello @Dhiraj.Choudhary,

 

Did you have any more follow-up questions for @Hiroki.Ito? Did he help answer your question? If so, be sure to click on the Accepted Solution button on one of his replies.


Thanks,
Ryan, AppDynamics Community Manager



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