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URL Monitor / URL tool not retrieving all content

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I have a customer request for monitoring a web page developed in AngularJS. I need to content match on this:

<div _ngcontent-wso-74="" class="login-panel" style="opacity: 1;">

The problem is, this part of the HTML response looks it is generated by JavaScript, which I have read SiteScope will not collect.

What are my options for monitoring this?

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Hello,

Correct, as you indicated, if part of the HTML response is generated by Javascript then SiteScope will not interpret it.

This is what SiteScope documentation states:

"SiteScope does not parse or interpret embedded scripts or other client-side program code such as JavaScript (ECMAscript)." 

Web page content that is generated or controlled by client-side code does not usually appear in the URL monitor.

Consider using a Web Script monitor instead a single URL monitor as a workaround.

Regards,

 

Allan Delgado Calderon
Customer Support Engineer

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Hello,

Correct, as you indicated, if part of the HTML response is generated by Javascript then SiteScope will not interpret it.

This is what SiteScope documentation states:

"SiteScope does not parse or interpret embedded scripts or other client-side program code such as JavaScript (ECMAscript)." 

Web page content that is generated or controlled by client-side code does not usually appear in the URL monitor.

Consider using a Web Script monitor instead a single URL monitor as a workaround.

Regards,

 

Allan Delgado Calderon
Customer Support Engineer

If you find that this or any other post resolves your issue, please be sure to mark it as an accepted solution.
If you are satisfied with anyone’s response please remember to give them a KUDOS by clicking on the STAR at the bottom left of the post and show your appreciation.

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