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January 10, 2020
The software for this update is available to SaaS-only customers at this time. For those on-premises customers considering upgrading to the latest version, the following describes what has been fixed in the next release.
- You can now retrieve Transaction Analytics without an Analytics Agent through an encrypted proxy connection. The proxy configurations automatically connect to the Events Service if you encrypt proxy credentials with the Secure Credential Store.
4.5.2 Updates (On-Premises Events Service)
November 14, 2019
You can now configure Transaction Analytics without a dedicated Analytics Agent. In this model, your app agent sends Analytics data to the Events Service directly, without the need for an additional agent. This feature is available for Java Agents version 4.5.16 and later.
- Available for Saas and on-premises deployments.
- The Analytics Configuration UI has been upgraded. Configuring Transaction Analytics and data collectors are now on separate tabs. You can now select all applications and business transactions in a single click. You can also choose to automatically enable Transaction Analytics for all incoming applications.
November 1, 2019
The Analytics landing page now has drill-down options on all widgets. You can click on any data point to open the ADQL query and search results that created the widget.
August 26, 2019
Analytics now has a landing page that consolidates key data from the transaction, browser, and mobile events. The new Analytics Home page gives you a holistic view of your Analytics data, consolidating data from the backend to end user sessions in one, out-of-the-box screen.
You can now copy text from the results of your ADQL queries for use in other queries.
Version 184.108.40.20668 - May 16, 2019
- The secure credential store location for the Analytics Agent has changed to
<analytics_agent_home>/bin/tool/scs-tool.jar. See the documentation for more details.
Version 220.127.116.1113 - March 18, 2019
- You can now encrypt any sensitive text in the analytics agent in the Analytics Agent Properties File.
Version 18.104.22.16853 — February 1, 2019
- Analytics field names are now case sensitive.
- In ADQL queries, the series function now computes the global top n over an entire period using the LIMIT clause. Previous queries computed the top n for each bucketing function.
Version 22.214.171.12474 – October 15, 2018
- ADQL now offers string manipulation functions.
String functions can transform any event data that resides in the Analytics Events Service.
An important use case is doing ad hoc data transformation when data has been collected in the wrong structure, serialization, or format. In previous releases, fixing incorrectly-collected data required adjusting agent settings.
With string manipulation functions, you can
hone in on a
substring()by working with string
indexOf()characters in a string
- for example, you can extract the domain name from a URL
combine multiple strings using the
for example, you can combine values from multiple fields into a single value
trim()whitespace from the beginnings and ends of fields.
When creating a Business Journey, you must use the same data type for the Primary Keys of all Milestones in that Business Journey.
Previously, you were able to use different data types, which was unsupported.
Version 126.96.36.19932 – September 5, 2018
- In Log Analytics, you can exclude, or blacklist files from the defined source rule(s). Input the relative path of the file(s) to exclude, using wildcards to exclude multiple files.
July 11, 2018
- ADQL user experience improvements:
- ADQL UI now has the Save button to save new searches.
- The following fields are added to the ADQL UI for
mobile_snapshots: Platform, Request Content Length, Response Content Length, Country, Region, Background.
- The Analytics Search page now shows advanced statistics, such as standard deviation, median, minimum, and maximum, for numeric fields. Click a field to view associated statistics.
- ADQL now has the HAVING and SINCE ...UNTIL clauses.
- ADQL now supports the totalResultCount() function. The function returns the total number of events. totalResultCount() does not accept a field.
- The analytics functions, such as avg, max, and min, now support the datetime type data.
- Business iQ / Analytics now supports exporting large datasets and fields enclosed within quotes to a file in CSV format for external use.
- The IS NOT NULL operator is now supported in Basic mode (Drag and Drop Search), including Funnel filters. The operator returns all the events with values either true or false.