We're developing a BPM application to be run on Weblogic, and all the tutorials point to using Oracle ADF for rendering the task forms. My question is: is it feasible to use some other framework other than Oracle ADF for this? We're not really that familiar with either Oracle BPM or Oracle ADF (https://tekslate.com/oracle-adf-training/), but we can't avoid using Oracle BPM (contract reqt), so we would like to see if we can avoid Oracle ADF instead to minimize the learning effort.1 vote
When creating a new web test in AI, the "." (period character) is not allowed in the test name, meaning you cannot type in the URL name that do "contain the period character" for example www.abc.com
This will result in the email notification being sent out without the URL name in the email subject, the recipient of the email notification wouldn’t know which website is down until he/she scrolls all the way down in the message1 vote
Right now if you have alerts setup for scaling on an AppService you get an email or webhook alert for EVERY scaling event. I would like to be able to set a high water value that if the number of servers is >= to a value like 6 it would send out the alert email. I know my processes will scale during the day and that is expected behavior, I only want to know when it gets out of control. The low water would be used to clear the alert. When it comes back down and is < this value it would clear the alert or send me a "healthy" message. Like I get when I have alerts setup for stuff like page response time.
The values shouldn't just be >= or < it should be user configurable like the scaling rules themselves.
This would make the scaling alerts meaningful to us. Currently it is noise in my inbox that must be monitored. I could do this all by creating my own Azure Function and intercept this and parse it, but why should I have to do this. This should be built in. We could then tie this alert into PagerDuty.
Right now if you have alerts setup for scaling on an AppService you get an email or webhook alert for EVERY scaling event. I would like to be able to set a high water value that if the number of servers is >= to a value like 6 it would send out the alert email. I know my processes will scale during the day and that is expected behavior, I only want to know when it gets out of control. The low water would be used to clear the alert. When it comes back down and is < this value…12 votes
I created an application insights resource and then tried to link it to one of my web apps through the add Extensions option in the Azure portal. But, I was not able to see any telemetry being generated for the web app, even after 24 hours.
It however worked for me in another web app, but this time I had added the application insights using NuGet package in Visual Studio, instead of adding the extensions in the portal.3 votes
Let me create an application insights on free trial1 vote
Requirement is that,
There is on one HTML page where i want to show the Application Insights data such as exceptions etc. So is there any REST API available to get data from Application Insights?1 vote
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Right before the dashboard's death, I've tried to change the timespan for the Application Insights tile, and Dashboard asked me if I want to save settings or not. As I didn't intend to change it, I said no, and, voila, my dashboard is gone.6 votes
Also if there is a DB associated it should at least ask if I want to delete it.1 vote
It should be nice to be able to just show one or many metric on a tile (for instance "avg page load last 24h") without the graph.1 vote
Application Insight alert links that are sent to you via email are useless when you have multiple directories. You click on the link, which opens a browser, which prompts you to log in. Then you're taken to the wrong directory and given an "access denied" message.
Sure, it's easy to switch to the correct directory at that point, which prompts another login. However, whatever your emailed alert was trying to show you is gone now, and almost impossible to find again.1 vote
SQL Azure alerts have an option to add web hooks but this option is missing from Application Insights. It would be really useful to add this for custom notifications.14 votes
When creating an alert in the Web Service > Tools > Alerts blade, there is a Webhook field, but when creating the web test in the Application Insights > Availability blade this field is missing and you can only configure to send an e-mail notification.1 vote
I've created a web test in the App Insights > Availability blade with the following text in the "Content must contain" field:
This test succedes.
When I click "Edit test" and go to Success criteria, the text in the "Content must contain" field is invalid:
If I save the test, it starts to fail because the page contains a&b but not a&b.1 vote
Request filtering in Application Insights should allow you to see and filter your custom data on the request sent in the telemetry.
To repo, click a request and see DeveloperMode already in the Custom Data portion of the Request details. Now go to prior blade listing the Requests and click Filter, see that you cannot filter Custom Data properties. This is really unfortunate because I have critical data passed as a custom property via an ITelemetryInitializer implementation that I need to filter by.25 votes
- Open an Application Insights panel
- Open the webtest panel
- Notice the legend in the chart displays ms (milliseconds) instead of s (seconds)
- Open an Application Insights item
- Click Proactive Detection
- Click the Help button in the toolbar
- Link opens to https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/app-insights-anomaly/
- A 404 error is shown.
Everybody else uses Flush() to describe a synchronous flush. AI should also send synchronously. The call is pretty useless otherwise.9 votes
AppInsights writes the following line to System.err during startup:
AI: INFO 17-11-2015 23:53, 21: Configuration file has been successfully found as resource
This shouldn't be written to System.err, but to System.out. Or not at all.3 votes
Currently the Java client consists of 7 JAR files, totalling at 3.91MB:
Posting a HTTP request to the service should be doable in a single JAR file (100kB maybe?). Deploying those JARs is annoying for my Java Desktop Application, and is a dependency nightmare, since other libraries (might) depend on other versions of the same libraries.3 votes
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