Settings API - Declarative process grouping schema table
Declarative process grouping (
Dynatrace automatically monitors process groups that are of known technology types or that consume significant resources. With declarative process grouping, you can automatically monitor additional technologies.
Note that declarative grouping does not work for processes that have deep monitoring enabled.
To add a new process group, you must first define the technology type. The technology type can be a generic technology name or a custom name. Each technology type can be associated with multiple process groups.
Next, give your process group a unique name and identifier. This name is used to identify the process group throughout your Dynatrace environment. Finally, add detection rules so that Dynatrace can automatically identify processes that belong in this group.
For complete details, see Declarative process grouping
|Schema ID||Schema groups||Scope|
To execute this request, you need an access token with Read settings (
settings.read) scope. To learn how to obtain and use it, see Tokens and authentication.
|name||Monitored technology name||text||-||required|
|detection||Define the process group||list|
Enter a descriptive process group display name and a unique identifier that Dynatrace can use to recognize this process group.
Request body objects
|property||Select process property||enum||-||required|
For example, $suffix(svc.py) would detect processes named loyaltysvc.py and paymentssvc.py.
For more details, see Declarative process grouping.
|processGroupName||Process group display name||text|
This identifier is used by Dynatrace to recognize this process group.
|id||Process group identifier||text||-||required|
|report||Report process group||enum|
This property tells OneAgent a condition for reporting the created Process group to Dynatrace.
|rules||Define detection rules||list|
Define process detection rules by selecting a process property and a condition. Each process group can have multiple detection rules associated with it.