I have a problem with configuration of transaction of Enterprise Synthetic Monitoring. I created one script in Agent Recorder and now I need to set Agent Manager to run this script every 6 minutes. I configured all steps in "Getting Started: Active" tab in Console but something is wrong because I get warning for a deployed transaction.Script Health Status give me this warning:
I am novice with Enterprise Synthetic Monitoring product so I think it is bug on my side :-)
Please, can you give me any advice?
Answer by Carol O. ·
This should have been covered in the documentation, and we do apologize for the inconvenience. The documentation has been updated for Adding a Task and Modifying a Task. This may have been covered in other areas of the documentation; please let us know if you found more places where it was missing. I will pass this on to our documentation team as well. Thanks for calling this to our attention.
Answer by Satish P. ·
Cmon Dynatrace! Improve your documentation. Through hard trial and error, i discovered that there is a HARD DEPENDENCY between the name of the task, and the name of the script. THEY HAVE TO MATCH.
Nothing in your documentation highlights this dependency. Infact the intuitive assumption is that APPLICATION NAME MUST MATCH THE SCRIPT NAME.. which is not the case.
Answer by Carol O. ·
Hi, Jakub. Thank you for posting this question.
The Script health message "Key __ of item not found in collection" indicates that the script did not exist in the script database on that agent. Please confirm what you have for scripts in the Recorder database on the agent in question. There may be a mismatch in the names, please note that they are case sensitive.
Or, you may not have the correct script database on that agent. Since you are just getting started, you may want to copy a script database to the agent. Eventually you will probably do as most and use script publishing from the Console. When you want to do that, please review Script Publishing Overview and Agent Recorder Script Publishing.
For now, I would ignore the Agent Health LoadXML message; this may be an extraneous message. If the message persists, please open a support ticket.