As a reminder we kicked off a new Friday tradition: Topics of the Week.
In this post I will be sharing those hidden gems that you may want to read and share with your peers. Our hope is that this will be a valuable summary of the activity that has preceded during this week!
New Relic Announcements
All of the folks behind the scenes are hard at work on a slew of new features for Alerts and Applied Intelligence, and carefully determining which old features we will be sunsetting. Below, I’ll go through what exciting things to expect, what we’ll be end-of-lifing (EOL), and what actions you can take to prepare for the changes.
Note that this is an early announcement to allow you to plan any work you need to complete over the next 12 months. Not all the dates mentioned are locked in, but the r…
Topics That Have Been Marked Solved
Adding the timeout parameter to register_application worked beautifully. I put a value of 30 as the timeout, however, the code executed before 30s which means it is waiting just long enough. Much better than a manual sleep!
Looking here I see the segment System.Web.Http.Controllers.ApiControllerActionInvoker.InvokeActionAsync().
The presence of that segment is a symptom the agent has shutdown its MVC/WebAPI instrumentation wrapper. That method is one the agent instruments in a special way in order to name MVC/WebApi transactions. When the segment is present in the breakdown table it means that naming instrumentation has been disabled - agent logs (may debug or finest) likely show this is hap…
Data Queries & Synthetic Script Topics (Thank you community for helping each other out!)
So I am trying to nest a select inside an IN(), but seems NRQL doesn’t like it:
WHERE orderId IN (
(SELECT orderId FROM prod_PlansEventLog WHERE step like 'step9.1%')
AND step NOT LIKE 'step10%'
What I am trying to do, is find orderIds that made it to step9.1 but did not make it to step10. If nested selects inside IN() is not allowed, can anyone think of a way I could do this in NRQL?