Week of December 17, 2018 (APM 11.24.0)

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


  • PathTest access control added—We have added the ability to specify which users are able to run PathTest with the new “PathTest” add-on privilege. In previous releases, all user roles except View Only were able to run PathTest. Now, by default, only Organization Admin and Advanced users can run PathTest but any user can have PathTest ability enabled or disabled by an Organization Admin.
  • Additional HTTP authentication schemes available in Selenium—We have added support for additional HTTP authentication schemes when using Selenium scripts. Credentials are added via the APM UI when creating a script or via the APM API (authUsername and authPassword within /v3/webApplication endpoints). These credentials are used by the Selenium open command if the target server challenges for authentication. If not challenged, the open command performs exactly as it did previously. Basic, Digest, NTLM and Negotiated authentication schemes are now supported. The openAuthenticated command can also be used for Basic authentication, as before.
  • Time range selector now remains visible—We have updated the Network Path Performance page and the Web Path Test Timeline page so that the time range selector remains visible as you scroll down through the charts. Previously, it would scroll off the page.

Resolved issues

ID Keyword Description
APM-1335 SNMP We fixed an issue where SNMP traps were not sent when there were multiple trap senders configured and one was offline.
APM-1635 SNMP We fixed an issue where SNMP v2c Traps were sent as SNMP v2c Informs.
APM-1641 s35 We fixed an issue where the connection between an s35 (software sequencer) and APM could close during diagnostic testing and cause the diagnostic to fail.