I would like to know how to disbale dyatrace monitoring on particular domain, url since it generate problems and the originating issue cannot be fixed for now, we just doesn't want to be flooded with problems.
Answer by Patrick H. ·
on iOS you can exclude URLs from monitoring by adding filter rules to the Info.plist - see example below
<key>DTXURLFilters</key> <array> <dict> <key>Url Name</key> <string>example.com</string> <key>Filter</key> <string>none</string> </dict> <dict> <key>Url Name</key> <!-- URL regex is also allowed --> <string>example.(com|org)</string> <key>Filter</key> <string>none</string> </dict> <array>
Answer by Sebastian K. ·
If you are talking about application monitoring (RUM) you have to go to your application => edit => advanced settings. There you can create injection rule that may not inject JS on particular Uris. In such case you will not have JS injected where it may produce issues.
If you are talking about excluding particular service calls from monitoring you can go to Settings => Server side & service monitoring => Deep monitoring => Exclude specific incoming request URI’s and they will not show up in dynatrace services. But this will not change that whole process is instrumented and data will be collected by agent. They will be only filtered during storing in DT Server.
Hello, I'd like to know how does Dynatrace monitor devices that don't have the chance to install the oneagent, but can impact seriously in the aviability of the services, like routers, switches, APM, etc. 2 Answers