CA Tuesday Tip: Self-Documenting Your APM Customer Experience Configuration

Discussion created by Hallett_German Employee on Jul 18, 2011
Latest reply on Jul 19, 2011 by MaryGreening
CA Wily Tuesday Tip by Hallett German, Services Architect for 7/19/2011

Self-Documenting Your APM Customer Experience Configuration

One of the lesser known features of APM Customer Experience is that you can take almost any screen on the TESS GUI interface and copy it to an MS Excel spreadsheet, MS Word document, or another document type. By doing this, you can start to build a detailed configuration setting workbook. This is useful for capturing Slow Time Settings, Web Server Filters, TIM IP addresses and much more. Also, by using a screen macro program, you can automate the configuration setting capture process.

I'd like to hear back if you are using this or other methods tpo capture your APM Customer Experience configuration.