And I want to group all those URLs into one that gives me all their data together.
I tried going into the URL Monitoring of my app and creating an Miscellaneous Parameter (in Dimensions, Metrics and Attributes) with a regex ((http[s]?\://tiendasnet[^*]+/[^/]+/)([^/]+)(/stock)) and with search scope Request URL.
I then went to my report and added the dimension Miscellaneous Parameter, but it didnt filter/work as I intended. (Instead it showed me "-")
Is there something that I'm missing?
Elías Montes Pombar
Answer by John L. ·
This is a common question when trying to remove unique strings from a URL path. You don't have the full URL above and I'm not quite sure of the full path of what you are trying to remove. Assuming the full URL is something like:
Setting up a URL Monitoring entry as a regex to wildcard the number could be done like this
We're doing a couple of things here. the "[^/]" skips all characters that are not a "/". This effectively matches the string no matter what is in that section of the URL. Next the "(" and ")" are placed around what is needed to be reported. The URL is matching the string but only reporting what is in parens.
If this is not exactly what you are looking for hopefully it helps in creating your own.