See Service for AppNeta Performance Manager system status and upgrade schedule information.
- Default alert profile assigned to new web paths—In order to provide more valuable monitoring on web paths, we now assign a default alert profile to all newly created web paths. The alert profile, called “Browser Web Path Default” (formerly called “Script Completion”), catches basic monitoring issues that you should be aware of: Connectivity issues, HTTP Errors, and Script Errors. This alert profile assignment can be changed or removed if required, but it ensures that there is some alerting by default. See the Experience Alerts page for information on creating and applying web path alert profiles.
|APM-4973||Experience||We fixed an issue where, when navigating away from then back to the Web App Groups page, we would remember whether “Expand all” or “Collapse all” was the last used and populate the page based on that. Now, whatever was expanded upon exit is expanded upon return.|
|APM-4960||Experience||We fixed an issue where the Web Dashboard was not displaying data in collapsed view.|
|APM-4823||Path Template Groups||We fixed an issue where the Manage Path Template Groups page was slow to load for environments with large numbers of network paths.|
Changes to be aware of
- Change to clarify which alert profile is applied to a web path—We’ve made updates to the Alert Profiles column seen when creating or editing a Web App Group. The column indicates whether the path uses the alert profile specified in the workflow definition (used to say “Default”, now says “from workflow”), or whether the user has overridden that alert profile for that web path (used to say “Custom”, now says “path-specific”). It also indicates whether alerts are muted (“muted”) on the web path. In addition, the “default”, “custom”, and “off” radio buttons are replaced by a “Mute” button as the system now detects whether the web path uses the alert profile specified in the workflow, or overrides it with specific to the path.
- Configure Path Templates from the Network Paths they are associated with—Previously, the icon next to a network path on the Network Paths page provided a “Configure” option. Now, for network paths associated with a Path Template Group, the “Configure” option is replaced with “Configure Path Template”, providing a more direct way to edit the template.