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A network request is an HTTP request from your mobile app to a server-side application.

The iOS Agent detects network requests when the underlying implementation is handled by the NSURLConnection or NSURLSession classes. 
The Android Agent detects network requests when the underlying implementation is handled by the HttpURLConnection, HttpsURLConnection, HttpClient, OkHttp, or ch.boye.httpclientandroidlib classes.

 You can use the agent SDK to set up other HTTP classes if desired. 

View Network Requests

There are different ways of viewing network request data in the Network Requests View:

Network request data is also displayed in the Mobile App Dashboard.

The controller processes a maximum of 2000 network requests per mobile app group and 500 network requests per mobile application. See Network Request Limits for suggestions on how to configure network request detection to stay under this limit.

Access the Network Requests View

  1. Open the application in which you are interested.
  2. In the left navigation bar, select Network Requests.
  3. Click the tab for the view you want to access.