It is really painful to write a query and go to edit it in Kusto. Could you guys allow line breaks.4 votes
Line breaks are supported today. Can you please provide example for your ask?
Availability metrics send report after 90 days to email for Service level agreement with customer. The data is only saved for90 days.1 vote
Thank you for reaching out, can you please help further share more details on the scenario, are you referring that the email be sent earlier or increase the retention.
Current documentation on retention and possible alternatives if you want to increase the retention.
Can we retain data for a period (say for 1 day of data) longer than the retention policy?1 vote
Thanks for reaching out, can you please help share more details on the scenario you are looking for, which would help our team to better understand the requirement.
Current documentation on retention and other alternatives for longer retention.
Deletion of old data/data that was acquired during the testing of app insights integration into the application
Allow deletion of old data via Azure portal--We have accumulated a lot of junk data that was generated while we were testing application insights for our application.1 vote
Thanks for reaching out to us and sharing your feedback request. Currently Application Insights have variable retention policy in preview which would allow you to shorten the retention policy less than the default of 90 days. If you see that the retention policy is not catering your needs please reach out to us with additional information on your scenario. Thank you
I am collecting Analytics data by using Continuous Export. The problem I am running into is the 10K record limit in Analytics to run queries against. I need to be able to query at least a months worth at a time.
Do you have tools other than Analytics to work with larger files? Is there a tool that can parse the log files better?1 vote
Could we get some more information about what exactly the request is here?
The 10,000 row limit only applies to the amount of data returned by a query – the query still runs over the entire dataset within App Insights. There’s usually some data aggregation that you are looking for, not the raw data itself, and for that you can be using operators. If it’s looking through distinct values or counts thereof, there’s the summarize operator; if it’s filtering down to a particular value of a particular field – there’s “where”; etc. Do note that all these aggregations, filters, etc work across as big a dataset as you throw at them: it is only the final result set where you’re limited to the 10k rows.
If this doesn’t help with your query let us know more specifics as to what you are trying to achieve.
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