You can search Analytics data in two ways:
For each mode, you see the analytics data sources that are licensed and enabled for your application. The applications, data sources, and other fields that you see depend on how the administrator has set the permissions for your role. When creating new roles, remember that granting permissions to view transaction analytics data does not automatically grant permissions to see all application data associated with a specific transaction analytics record. You need to grant at least read-only permissions to the application to enable the user to see associated transaction snapshot data such as flow maps.
Search results in the UI can return up to 1000 records. By default, each page displays 50 results at a time. In Advanced mode, you can explicitly set a LIMIT to see more than 50 results on a page. Setting a limit disables pagination and shows up to 1000 records on a single page. The total number of records for the query shows at the bottom right. The UI caps the number of search results at 1000 regardless of mode or the value of an explicit LIMIT. To return more than 1000 records, you must use the Analytics Events Query API.
See LIMIT Clause for more details.
Application Analytics allows you to export data to a file in CSV format for external use.
Before you export a set of data, consider the following guidelines:
Response from all valid ADQL queries can be exported. The method of writing ADQL queries remains the same.
-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ssZZ, without the millisecond value. The timezone is local to the browser from which export is requested. A timestamp field in a nested field is converted to the local timezone only in the flatten fields, not in the unflattened nested field. The format in the UI, that is
AM/PM,is different from the format that you see in the exported data.
You can export metrics the Metric Browser and search results from the Searches screen. Use the Export option under Actions on the toolbar to do so. While you are on the Searches screen, use the Data mode to export your search result.
An alternate way to access Analytics is from the Home screen: select a data source to see a default search for that event type.
The saved searches list displays any pre-existing, saved searches for which you have view permissions. The default sort order for the list is alphabetical by saved search name.
On the Search details page, you see two tabs for displaying the results for the Search.
The following table provides a comparison of the functionality available in each search mode.
|Drag and drop fields to the criteria search bar||yes||no|
|Visualization canvas widget support||multiple widgets||one widget per search query|
|Grouping of events with the GROUP BY keyword||yes||yes|
Wild cards with comma-separated text (Basic mode) or IN operator (Advanced mode)
|Percentile Histogram widget||yes||no|