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(LR) Support Tip: LR 12.55 and Dynatrace

Dynatrace integration has been added to LoadRunner 12.55.

Dynatrace monitors, detects and diagnoses problems in real time, drilling down to the offending code for fast resolution

Also manages the availability and performance of software applications and the impact on user experience in the form of:

  • deep transaction tracing (transaction breakdown)
  • synthetic monitoring (monitoring under the load test)
  • real user monitoring
  • network monitoring

To view LR/PC web transactions the user needs to enable the Dynatrace monitoring as below:

Internet Protocol -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Enable Dynatrace monitoring:


LoadRunner adds to the client request a special header “x-dynaTrace

The sample header looks like:

SN=dynatrace_test_LR;VU=1;TE=dynatrace_test_LR;AN=MYD-VM08081;PC=Link: Server's environment variables by Perl;ID=1494233959449;NA=status;SI=LR

Meaning of some of the fields:

  • SN (script name)
  • VU (vuser ID)
  • AN (LG name)

If you are customer you can try posting on our internal forums for more personalized support.


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Re: (LR) Support Tip: LR 12.55 and Dynatrace


Can you help me how to configure dynatrace in Ajax Truclient script ?



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