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App Visibility end-user monitoring is enabled by default, but you can disable the feature for one of the following reasons:

  • You want to manually insert the JavaScript stub for end-user monitoring.
  • Your environment does not require this functionality.
  • You need to troubleshoot issues with end-user pages.

End-user monitoring requires instrumentation by the App Visibility agents. If the user.monitoring.enabled parameter is set to true (the default value), the following agent functionality is enabled:

  • Injecting JavaScript to an HTML server response
  • Setting cookies to an HTTP response
  • Adding headers to an HTTP response

If you set the value to false, the agent does not collect data for the User tier or the Network tier.


Related topics

Manually setting up end-user monitoring

Modifying an App Visibility agent policy

Configuring an App Visibility agent policy to collect and monitor application information

End-user monitoring


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