Let’s say a particular user reports a problem in one transaction, is it possible to identify that user’s exact session (using login id/sessionid) and drill down on the exact transaction? If so, then for how long all requests are keep in Dynatrace?
Answer by Radosław J. ·
Yes of course. To do this, set Visit Tag (https://www.dynatrace.com/support/doc/appmon/appmon-reference/glossary/visit-tag/) for a specific application to identify users. From the user visit, you can go to the call for a single method, request etc. The data is stored depending on how much space you have allocated for Session Storage. (Of course, the bigger the traffic, the faster the data is rotated)
Answer by Babar Q. ·
Hello @Aravind P.
The easiest way is the UEM with the tagging feature. In case you don't have UEM and going to follow the steps suggested by @Ramesh N., then you will have to be careful about measure explosion, which can cause the Performance Warehouse to fill up, so additional data cannot be written to the Performance Warehouse.
Have a look in the below link for better understanding about measure explosion.
Answer by Ramesh N. ·
Yes you can track particular user traffic flow with userID or sessionID & drill down all transaction for a user. Is UEM enabled? Do you see userID in your Purepath tree?
1. if YES then create BT measure to capture your userID then create BT with Filter & Split. Here Output will be all unique userID.
2. If NO then check with your app team/ dev to get class & method name to capture user ID details. Once you get it then place custom sensor to capture user ID and follow point 1.
All drill down (PurePath) live data are stored in Session Storage. It depends upon the storage quota & overall traffic, if high traffic then data retention will be low.
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