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Ramsay D. asked ·

How do I create a Request Attribute from a Java constructor?

In AppMon is could create sensors on Java object constructors. I don't seem to be able to do this in Dynatrace (create request attributes on a constructor).

- am I missing something? Is this not possible in Dynatrace?

- if it is possible, how do I do it?

- if it isn't, is this a planned feature?

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Sebastian K. answered ·

It such methods like constructors are not displayed in method browser it is not possible. I think it may be because of amount of constructor executions (sometimes). This may be reason of overhead in some circumstances.

The same situation is with System.* methods. I’ve made Appmon sensors on such guys, I cannot to it in Dynatrace (because of the same reason I suppose). About plans for the future we will have to wait for someone from DT team :)

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