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AppD is detecting transactions using custom include rules, in tiers not contained in the scope, for the rules that are detecting the transactions.
That is happening, despite me having higher priority custom include rules, that should detect those transactions.
The rules that are detecting the transactions, should not be detecting anything in the tier they are detecting the transactions in, because the scope does not include the tier where the transaction is being detected.
But even so... the custom rule that I have in place, SHOULD override those rules, based on priority, even if the tier was included in the scope of the rules which are detecting the transactions.
The only way I have been able to get my custom include rule to detect the transactions, is to completely disable the 2 lower priority custom include rules, which are masking my rule (but should not be).
I have tried both including the tier (rate-service-3534853), in the scope (AllTierse), and excluding the tier (rate-service-3534853) in the scope (AllTierse), and the effect is the same... both rules: 'default-Servlet-catchall,' and 'Default-Spring Bean - Catchall,' continue to detect transactions in the 'rate-service-3534853' tier... and in doing so, are masking my higher priority custom include rule.
('AllTierse' scope showing that 'rate-service-3534853' is excluded from the scope. But tried it both included, and excluded. Made no difference. Rules using this scope are invoked, regardless.
(Custom Match rule for 'default-Servlet-catchall' rule. Low priority, '1'.)
(Custom Match rule for 'Default-Spring Bean - Catchall' rule. Low priority, '1'.)
(Transaction Detection snapshots showing 'default-Servlet-catchall' rule, and 'Default-Spring Bean - Catchall' detecting transactions in the 'rate-service-3534853' tier.
(Configuration showing that 'default-Servlet-catchall' rule, and 'Default-Spring Bean - Catchall' are not even applied to the 'rate-service-3534853' tier... and yet, both of those rules are masking the rules I have highlighted in the screenshot below).
Thanks for responding.
This is what the Properties page shows as the version:
Server Agent #188.8.131.52113 v20.5.0 GA compatible with 184.108.40.206 r474b6e3c8f55ababbb11a87ff265d8ce34eb0414 release/20.5.0
|JVM Version||Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM 1.8.0_301 Oracle Corporation|
So... is this considered an 'old' version?
We are a big company, and I know our AppD admin team evaluates versions, but there are a lot of hoops they have to jump through to approve updates for the enterprise.
I have met with our AppD technical Rep. Michael Kala and showed him all this, but he was not able to come to any conclusions. I think he also recommended updating agents, but not based on a knowledge of the defect you describe, but just as a general course of action, i.e., standard trouble-shooting.
Let me know if that version is out-dated, and I will volunteer my systems for the updated agent version that our admin team is currently vetting.