When you manually set up end-user monitoring, you can collect data such as the number of users, end-to-end transaction time, and errors. For more information about collected end-user data, see Analyzing user transaction details.
The topic presents the following:
All components of the App Visibility server—the portal, collector, and proxy—must be installed.
Consult with your system administrator to obtain the following information:
value. The property value must be the host name or IP address of the load balancing server.
Open the file in a text editor.
The file contains the following script:
The appId value is unique to the specific application.
The following values are automatically replaced with values from the App Visibility proxy. You can change the values if you want to connect to a different proxy.
Use this method if your application is not yet in the TrueSight console.
Otherwise, you see two applications in the console that have the same name.
A file with the following script opens:
application_nameplaceholder with a meaningful, unique application name, and remove the comment indicators (//).
application_namein the stub, a value is assigned through application discovery rules.
entrypoint_nameplaceholder with a meaningful entry point name, and remove the comment indicators (//).
entrypoint_namein the stub, the user transaction name is automatically assigned.
apm_proxy_http_portis the port number of the HTTP beacon receiver (default value is 880).
apm_proxy_hostis the host name or IP address of the App Visibility proxy.
apm_proxy_https_portis the port number of the HTTPS beacon receiver (default value is 8444).
src) value, replace the value of
apm_proxy_hostwith value from the App Visibility proxy, and the value of either the
apm_proxy_http_port, depending on your system.
<head>element contains a
<script>element, insert the stub before the first
<head>element does not contain a
<script>element, insert the stub at the end of the
<head>element, before the closing
Save the page.
Ensure that the script appears in you application's web pages.
After you complete the manual set up for end-user monitoring, perform the following configuration tasks:
After configuration is complete, you can analyze end-user experience with the User tier.