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database schema for rum and diagnostics

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Hi,

Hope you are doing fine.

Can i use a single APM database schema for RUM and diagnostics? Kindly help

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Hi MikeAlpha,

yes, you can, it called the profile database, where the only limitation is that you need to have one, and also make it the default profile database. All data collectors (RUM, Diag, BPM, SiteScope etc) can report into the same profile database, as they use different tables.

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Siggi

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Micro Focus Expert
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Hi MikeAlpha,

yes, you can, it called the profile database, where the only limitation is that you need to have one, and also make it the default profile database. All data collectors (RUM, Diag, BPM, SiteScope etc) can report into the same profile database, as they use different tables.

Greetings
Siggi

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Micro Focus

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Thank you siggi.

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Micro Focus Expert
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Yes (I assume you are talking about Profile DB).


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Yes asaf .

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