Week of December 3, 2018 (APM 11.23.0)

See the service status page for AppNeta Performance Manager system status information.


  • Web path and network path state now linked—Previously, a web path’s enable state was independent of the underlying network path state. Now (subject to some conditions), if web path monitoring is disabled or enabled, the related network path will also be disabled or enabled.
  • Modify monitoring interface from the API—We have added the ability to change an interface being used by a web path without losing historical data, orphaning network paths, or requiring additional licenses. This API change allows you to continue monitoring when interfaces need to change subnet masks or names. The following endpoints have been added: 
    • POST /v3/appliance/{id}/interface/moveAll - moves monitoring to a new interface
    • GET /v3/appliance/{id}/interface - lists interfaces available on a Monitoring Point

Resolved issues

ID Keyword Description
APM-1376 SNMP We fixed an issue in the user interface where a non-blank “Engine ID” value was required for v2c SNMP traps. This field is now removed for v2c but is still required for v3.
APM-1502 Experience We fixed an issue in the Experience Web Dashboard where an AppNeta script symbol could be associated with an unlicensed Selenium path. The Selenium script symbol is now associated with both licensed and unlicensed Selenium paths.