Settings API - HTTP failure detection parameters schema table
HTTP failure detection parameters (
Dynatrace failure detection automatically detects the vast majority of error conditions in your environment. However, detected service errors don't necessarily mean that the underlying requests have failed. There may be cases where the default service failure detection settings don't meet your particular needs. In such cases, you can configure the settings provided below. Please note that these settings are not applicable to services of type 'Span service'. For complete details, see configure service failure detection.
|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.
|enabled||Override global failure detection settings||boolean||-||required|
|httpResponseCodes||HTTP response codes||httpResponseCodes||-||required|
|brokenLinks||HTTP 404 (broken links)||brokenLinks|
HTTP 404 response codes are thrown when a web server can't find a certain page. 404s are classified as broken links on the client side and therefore aren't considered to be service failures. By enabling this setting, you can have 404s treated as server-side service failures.
Request body objects
|http404NotFoundFailures||Consider 404 HTTP response codes as failures||boolean||-||required|
|brokenLinkDomains||Rules for broken links to related domains||set|
If your application relies on other hosts at other domains, add the associated domain names here. Once configured, Dynatrace will consider 404s thrown by hosts at these domains to be service failures related to your application.
|serverSideErrors||HTTP response codes which indicate an error on the server side||text||-||required|
|failOnMissingResponseCodeServerSide||Treat missing HTTP response code as server side errors||boolean||-||required|
|clientSideErrors||HTTP response codes which indicate client side errors||text||-||required|
|failOnMissingResponseCodeClientSide||Treat missing HTTP response code as client side error||boolean||-||required|