I am using CA APM 10.1. Client requirement is to capture maximum and minimum value for average response time metric on dashboard in string viewer.
I know we can get that by plotting graph and right click on it and enable show minimum and maximum. Concern of mine is to capture the value of max and min individually.
Is it possible to use metric expressions in metric grouping to capture the maximum or minimum value or using custom pbd can we plot the metrics for maximum and minimum value which can be bind further or dashboard or anything else.
Thanks in advance.
capture the value of max and min individually means, you want separate metric like max avg response and mim average response?
Yes, Sri want separate metric like max avg response and mim average response or it is OK if we can extract the value from avg response time metric and plot in its min and maximum value in two different string viewer.
How do I capture the two ?
One way to get max/min/avg metrics extracted from the Workstation is to use Reports, which would list out these values:
Creating Report Templates - CA Application Performance Management - 10.2 - CA Technologies Documentation
Probably not exactly what you are asking for but a way to export data...
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No that is not what I am looking for.
I would be needing assistance to meet the exact requirement.
I guys any update ???
Thanks hiko for your response.
You are not going to any operations on your metric data other than inserting it.
You will need to write a fetch and parse routine of the CLW data to get your min/max values to insert.
I believe I've found a good working solution for this.
Previously someone had asked about what methods are available within the EM Rhino engine.
This post provides some details as to the types of data you can access: https://communities.ca.com/message/241706039?commentID=241706039#comment-241706039
I am converting into a discussion since this is more of a how to than a question. See if the approach that Hiko suggests makes sense. Asking on the APM Technical Yammer group may get additional responses