We have a web application with front end running in IIS and has two application pools (main website and one for mobile version of the site). UEM is enabled in the profile and ISAPI filter is applied only on the main app pool (we dont want UEM on the mobile website). We see that all requests come through the IIS agent for the main app pool where as the requests to mobile app pool is coming directly to the .net agent. Should that also come through the IIS agent? We use basic settings for the IIS agent (changed the default name and provided the right collector:port in the ini file). How can we configure the IIS agent so that the request to all app pools come through the IIS agent and then go to the .net agent? Also we dont want UEM injection in all app pools.
Answer by Rob V. ·
If you want to collect web tier statistics, then you need the web tier module. Since you are talking about the ISAPI filter I assume you have IIS 6. For IIS 7 you would use the native HTTP module. Install whichever is appropriate (ISAPI filter in your case) and this will then be collecting data for that tier. See the doc for this HERE.
As for UEM: define the appropriate dynaTrace "Applications". In your UEM configuration in the system profile, create a UEM configuration for the main site that enables UEM, and a separate UEM configuration for the mobile site that does not enable UEM. See the doc for these topics HERE (Applications) and HERE (UEM configuration).