|Action reporting interval in seconds||Defines the delay until data captured with the mobile agent is sent to the AppMon Server. The delay is adjustable in 10-second steps between 120 seconds (two minutes) and 540 seconds (nine minutes). The captured data is also sent when the mobile app is suspended or terminated, or if it is programmatically flushed by the corresponding mobile agent API.|
|Capture lifecycle events||Determines whether or not instrumented lifecycle actions generated by the mobile agent are sent. You can optionally select Only if device has WiFi connection for this setting.|
|Capture crashes||Determines whether or not to capture app crashes and send detailed crash reports to the AppMon Server. In order to prevent getting spammed with thousands of crash reports of different devices, in case of a defective crashing app, you can limit the number of handled crash reports per minute (five is the default). You can optionally select Only if device has WiFi connection for this setting.|
|Capture errors/exceptions||Determines whether or not the errors and exceptions reported by the
Unlike web application settings, there is no mobile application setting to calculate bandwidth. The Mobile Agent only detects connection and network type. Because of the impact on user data plans, the bandwidth value is not calculated and does not display for mobile applications. Since network contribution uses the bandwidth in its calculation, it is also not determined.