As the question states, I'm interested in visualizing PurePaths that are part of 2 separate business transactions. If I add more than one Business Transaction in the filter, the criteria becomes "PurePath in BT-A OR BT-B". I want to show only PurePaths that are in BT-A AND BT-B.
Is this currently possible? Thanks.
Answer by Nathan M. ·
Hello Cesar, Im not sure currently if there is a way to use the AND logic as you stated in your question, but one thought that comes to mind could be to just create another business transaction that has both the rules of your 2 mentioned BTs. Mind you im not sure how intricate these BTs are, but in theory if you combine them into a seperate business transaction, then use that newly created business transaction as a filter it should work. Hope this helps.
Answer by Cesar Q. ·
Thanks for your answer. I definitely thought of thought of that. However, our use case is more along these lines:
Let's say we have BTs that measure 40 different types of transactions. Now, we also have SLA BTs that show ALL transactions that have a PurePath response time of 0-3s, 3-6s, 6-10s, and 10s+. If I recreate those Business Transactions, now I have turned 40 BTs into 160 BTs. That's a lot of work and clutter. (See this RFE.)
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