Answer by Andreas G. ·
You can instrument a WPF Application using a regular .NET Agent. It will give you purepaths when somebody clicks on buttons or triggeres some other event handlers. These are regular purepaths though - not a Visit with User Actions
If you are interested in that I can point you to a prototype version of UEM for Rich Clients. It requires manual instrumentation of your code. But it might be exactly what you are looking for: https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display/...