When attempting to log into AppMon Web, your browser may display a security warning. This is because your browser doesn't recognize the AppMon Web security certificate. If this message appears, you have several options depending on your browser type:
- For all browsers, you can dismiss the security warning message and proceed to log into AppMon Web.
- For Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari you can add the Dynatrace certificate to the browser's list of trusted certificates.
- For Chrome, you can ask your system administrator to install the AppMon Web security certificate in your system's keystore. See Certificate Management and sub-pages for more information.
To avoid login errors, make sure you are use a supported browser. See System Requirements.
Custom web dashboards are only editable by the user who originally created the dashboard. In addition, shared custom web dashboards are only accessible from the link you provide. They do not appear in the My Dashboards list on the Dashboards view of AppMon Web. As a result, make sure to remind people to bookmark the link you send to them for future access. Learn more about sharing web dashboards.
Yes. But in order to keep control of which Data can be accessed - A user account intended for public sharing has to be created with permissions for the required System profile that needs to be accessed. Learn more.
The AppMon Web Administration page shows where the server.xml file is located and what needs to be considered.
No. Only live session data and measure data in the AppMon Performance Warehouse appears on web dashboards. A stored session is a memory dump, thread dump, sampling, or a former PurePath session that is stored on a hard drive. Learn more about session data.
No. At this time, dashboards created using the AppMon Client must be recreated as web dashboards. You can, however, create an HTML report of a AppMon Client dashboard. See Reporting for more details.
You can modify the default AppMon Web port (
9911) by setting the webuihttpsport attribute in the server.config.xml file. This file is located in the /server/conf folder on the AppMon Server machine. To modify the default AppMon Web port, the AppMon Server must be stopped and restarted.
See AppMon Web Administration for more details.