I am tracking a custom attribute, but finding that not all tables in Insights let me filter by them.
I am attempting to use a query like
AjaxRequests. Is it possible that the error is just not getting the custom attribute somehow, or does that table not track custom attributes?
My goal is to give our developers a dashboard where they can investigate reported issues, and being able to filter JS errors by customer is their number one request. APM has this for errors, but the Browser product does not. Ideally, I’d like to filter in Browser, but doing it in Insights would be the next best place.
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