How I can do a record session from a web application with embedded code
Here is a general reference on recording that may help:
Recording a business transaction - CA Application Performance Management - 10.5 - CA Technologies Documentation
Does your embedded code trigger network traffic between client and server? If not, it might be best to try using an agent instead, to monitor code execution.
Was Tom's answer helpful? If not can you provided more details on the application and an example of the embedded code? This is one of these things that seeing the specific setup may be helpful.
bank online site html page, within this is invoke:
<div align="left"><form method="post" name="ActionOWP" action="https://plataformainversiones.bancobanco.cl/workplace.internet/VerifyToken.aspx" target="frameOWP"><input name="TokenID" value="ENC(MBcyVyfscrFhv/BR7Kb6KeOa3modHhQQqTeuklXge4ax5OUO9x5QSGrI6rgiANDY)" type="hidden"><input name="CustLoginID" value="#########" type="hidden"><input name="MID" value="########" type="hidden"><input name="PID" value="###" type="hidden"><input name="AID" value="########" type="hidden"></form><iframe name="frameOWP" src="" scrolling="auto" width="900" height="920" frameborder="0">Su navegador no soporta iframes </iframe></div>
Thist is other site and result are displaying within iframe of principal site https://persons.bancobanco.cl/...
I believe on the face of it, I think it should work. Would have try a recording session and see what makes it to the TIM logs.hikodavis Guenter_Grossberger JMertin
what do you think?
And for the greater APM Community, please share your insights on this use case.Thanks!
I dont known if this is resolved implementing a cem plugin. For now, I will review the tim logs, and comment more late. thanks
It should work - however make sure you record it "atomic". Each URL request would be one transaction.
Transaction discovery should make it a smooth experience.
This will however only work, if the request is seen on the CEM infrastructure! if the URL points to an external site (and does not pass via the SPAN/TAP device), it won't be seen.
Thanks. I known that us havethe traffic from second server farm on the TIM ( tcpdump cature) but, we continue view only the actions over principal site and nothing from de second site. Both site are in the same domain.We can view and capture the URL fron second site but nothing else.
If you see the traffic from one site and not from the other one, then the TIM is not receiving the traffic.
Make sure you can see the traffic from site-2 on the TIM. Take a packet capture and verify the Ip Addresses etc. belong to site 2.
By create manually Transaction, we can capture theses URL from CEM, but not from recording session
Looking at it from a browser doesn't help in this situation. You need to determine why you're not capturing at the interface using tcpdump.
from our TIM server, we can see traffic from one de los app server (ip ... 81.68)Web filters and Https Settings are defined.
ip 172.16.81.68 is one of the application servers for site-2
If you ask me, it looks like the traffic hitting the TIM on the monitoring port is quite broken.
But anyway - did you check that the IP Address you have configured while uploading the private key for the server you want to Monitor is the correct one? From your screenshot, it has to be 172.16.81.68.
I had written some CA Wikis on the topic. Let me know if you can access it: https://cawiki.ca.com/display/SASWAT/TIM+and+SSL+Decryption
if not, I'll send you a pdf export.
Thanks for your response, here in our customer the traffic is a lot and very dispersed.
I will verifyed, but both response should be yes.By other side, i dont have acceso to cawiki, your link is redirect to MFA Login I appreciate that you can send us document in PDF format
Now we have a webex session with Carlos Radice to view this.
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