The transaction detail dialog contains information about each transaction in a path. The dialog is divided into the following areas:
The following graphic shows the transaction detail dialog:
In the path graph, a visual path of the transaction displays an icon representing the container type. For example, container types can be JBoss, Websphere, and webMethod. Container types that are not recognized, display a Java icon by default. From the graphic, the path displays a JBoss icon as the container type.
The path graph also indicates which frames are not eligible for artifacts. Hover over the X to the left of the frame to view this information. From the graphic of the path graph, the SQL calls are not eligible for baseline creation.
You can do the following operations by right-clicking a frame:
The path graph displays the path and its frames in a graphical representation.
The name of the agent that generated the path.
The date and time when the frame began running.
The execution time for the frame.
The unique identifier of the path.
The frame information displays the details of the selected frame in the path graph.
The frame information which includes meta and location values.
Any frame tags that the frame has.
The actual request that the selected frame sent. This information does not appear for JDBC frames.
The actual response that the selected frame received. This information does not appear for JDBC frames.
Information about the SQL call. This information includes the SQL statement, the results, and the output. This information appears only for JDBC frames.
The name of the thread on which the frame ran.
Any log messages. By default, the minimum level of log messages is Warning. To change the minimum level, configure the Java logging level property.
The raw XML of the instrumentation response in the frame. This information does not appear for JDBC frames.
Displays detailed information when a transaction contains an exception.
Information about the components of the header section of request. This tab displays for only SOAP, REST, HTTP, HTTPS, and Web Service frames.
Information about the components of the header section of response. This tab displays for only SOAP, REST, HTTP, HTTPS, and Web Service frames.
Follow these steps: