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    You can configure the display names by which Ajax requests are referred to and sorted in controller lists and dashboards.

    Access Naming Rules for Ajax Requests

    1. Open the browser application in which you are interested.

    2.  On the left navigation bar, go to Configuration > Instrumentation AJAX > Monitor.

    Naming Rules for Ajax Requests

    The logic for naming Ajax requests is nearly identical to that for naming virtual pages in that they can use anchors (the part of the URL after the #) to distinguish among Ajax requests. In these cases, using the What part of anchor should be used in page name section allows you to specify which Ajax request is being accessed correctly. The difference in naming rules for Ajax requests is that you can also specify the HTTP method(s) to filter in the rule.

    For example, the Ajax naming include rule below specifies the HTTP methods POST and PUT and is configured to show the HTTP method in the results displayed in the Controller UI:

    include rule screenshot

    You can also create exclude rules that specify which Ajax requests to filter based on the specified HTTP method(s) as shown here:

    exclude rule screenshot