If your installation connects Browser RUM to a server-side application that is also instrumented, we recommend you also use assisted injection to add a footer to your pages. Manual injection gives the server-side agent the ability to write data only to the header of the page as it is being constructed by your web application. Server-side business transaction information is sometimes not available until after the header has already been written, so using a footer can ensure that the information is captured. See Getting Full Timing Data for Associated Business Transactions for more information.
Download and Include the Agent
Access the manual injection panel
Open the EUM application in which you are interested.
From the left navigation menu, select Configuration.
- Click Save to File to save it.
The name of the saved file should be "adrum.js".Save it where you save other assets, such as images and CSS files, for the page into which you are injecting. If you have a single code base hosting multiple domains, you need to host adrum.js in each domain.
<head>tag and any
If your page has
<meta>tags, place them right after the
<head>tag and then add the agent line.
You will get Browser Monitoring metrics for all pages in which you include this line. If you later decide that you do not want metrics for the page, remove the line.
- Click Save in the configuration screen.
adrum.js. This script asynchronously invokes another script called
If your users are likely to be using IE8 and WIndows XP, hosting
adrum-ext.js locally will help insure that https beacons can be sent to the EUM Cloud correctly.
Watch the Video
For full-screen viewing, click Setting Up Browser RUM.