Can someone tell me what “Session Usage” is measuring—in this CEM/Analysis Graphs/Session usage report?
Does it provide any insight into the number of users?
Please let me know if there are any followup questions.
This is a vestige of when CEM had licenses. From the 4.x docs
About concurrent session-based licensing
Wily CEM concurrent session-based licensing is based on the number of active
HTTP sessions at any given time.
So should be a number of active HTTP Sessions for a time period
So, this report, I assume, may not be the only one that might satisfy the requirement to report on # of users for a particular application?
This is meant for all apps. So counts on an app login application may be a better metric.
Please let me know if you need additional assistance...
if you do not have an "login" transaction defined for an application then do you use this "session usage" report to assimilate the # of users for that app?
I looked at the APM database table:
create table ts_concurrent_sessions (
ts_id int8 not null unique,
ts_session_count int4 not null,
ts_creation_date timestamp with time zone not null,
ts_year int2 not null,
ts_month int2 not null,
ts_week int2 not null,
ts_day int2 not null,
ts_hour int2 not null,
version_info int8 not null,
ts_soft_delete bool not null,
primary key (ts_id)
This looks like across all monitored applications is the way this is measured and I don't think concurrent session has a business application in the pull-down. So based on what I am seeing , the answer to your questions now.
Please let us know if we can consider this thread answered or if there are follow-up questions,
I have responded to all questions and see no follow-up questions. So marking as answered