Based on the article below I was expecting to use DynaTraceSeleniumHelper.forSelenium(selenium).addTimerName("Do Search") call to tag requests on the Selenium side. I was expecting the request to show up under Tagged Web Requests view in dynaTrace but the do not. Is it possible to tag web requests in Selenium? Thanks.
Answer by Andreas G. ·
Thats correct - it should work that way. Here are some things to check
a) is the browser agent injected correctly? Verify this by opening the Browser Performance Report and see whether any browser data was collected. If not you have to check whether Selenium launches the Browser using the Environment Variables as described in the doc.
b) do you have the correct license? you need Test Center and Automation Agents for this to work
c) you can verify if the Timer Names are correctly used by opening up the Browser Performance Report. Through the toolbar on the top right you can toggle to the "User-defined Timer" view. This view should now show all activities per Timer-Name instead of URL
d) a new option that we have introduced with dynaTrace 4 is to use "Automatic Timers". Give it a shot. It can be enabled in the System Profile -> Test Automation Tab. When it is enabled dynaTrace will create a new Timer Name for every Url. This is another good test to see whether your system is setup correctly
Let me know if this helps
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