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Thank you all for helping out this week. As you may have already noticed, we have some of
the best customers in the world! Please check out all the tips, hints and sharing that went on in our Online Technical Community this past week.
Big thanks to
@Trevor_Dearham for this Maven/Java Agent gem:
@madorb Alternatively you could get it off a Maven repository, e.g. Maven Central as a zip or as a jar. If you choose to use Maven to download the dependency (Maven Central supports other options like Gradle), then you could specify an open ended dependency version to alway get the latest. I prefer to pull specific versions in case the latest version affects my application.
@dmitryg helps us with a Browser SPA workaround:
@dmitryg! Thanks for sharing! Sounds like you might have been experiencing a known issue relating to authentication. Using a fresh browser session by switching browsers is a great workaround and I’m glad that fixed it for you.
Just to add to what you posted: others might also have success by creating a new session by using Private/Incognito mode or clearing their cache and cookies in their preferred browser.
We are continually working on kinks that come up regarding SPA, any and all…
New additions to our NRQL Library! Thanks to
@LAMBERT and @stefan_garnham
As requested by
@hross Here is some nrql to create an uptime report for the past 12 months broken down by month. Useful when presenting to management
SELECT percentage(count(*), WHERE result =‘SUCCESS’) FROM SyntheticCheck WHERE type =‘SIMPLE’ since 12 months ago FACET monthOf(timestamp)
Obviously you would alter the "type = " to suit your own needs. This just queries our Synthetic ping results. For your scripted synthetics you might use “type = SCRIPT_BROWSER” and also perhaps modify the “sin…
Also be sure to check out what is happening in our shiny new Level Up: Relic Solutions category:
Good news, PHP developers! If you use the
PHPUnit library to manage and run your unit tests, you can now send test summary results to New Relic Insights and display useful information about test successes and failures.
Why this is useful
A dashboard of test summary data can allow you to quickly see a snapshot of overall test success as well as dig into failing suites to determine their cause. With a dashboard you can see at a glance that, for example,…
Thanks to all who were mentioned today for being such a huge part of our community! And big thanks to all who visit and enjoy the technical fun bouncing around this online community. Please come visit again soon!