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      2 comments  ·  Application Insights » Analytics  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Hi,

      Analytics gives you the flexibility to shape your data the way you like. Consider the below query for your scenario where I correlate requests data with page views by session id. Then I summarize the data by URL and visited pages.
      You can filter for a specific URL if you remove the comment in the query

      requests
      | where session_Id != ""
      | project session_Id, reqName=name
      //| where reqName == “myRequestName”
      | join kind=inner (
      pageViews
      | order by timestamp asc
      | summarize viewPages = makelist(name) by session_Id
      ) on session_Id
      | summarize count() by reqName, tostring(viewPages)

      Does this answer your need?
      @JFK, for click stream, if you implement a custom event for each click event, you can use the following query (refine the query the way your telemetry is instrumented, for specific events)

      customEvents
      | where timestamp > ago(2d)
      | order by timestamp asc
      | summarize clickStream =…

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        15 comments  ·  Application Insights » Web tests  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        The team has had to shift priorities, and we expect to complete the remaining UI pieces, and finalize the billing model in the April timeframe. Meanwhile, the TrackAvailability SDK is now available in the .NET stable SDK (https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.ApplicationInsights/).

        Please note that when the feature is released as public preview, we may limit the number of tests, and the rate at which you can report results from custom tests. Also, while this will be free for you to try in public preview, there may be a billing implication for continued usage when this feature is generally available.

        Please note that pending the UI changes, data sent via the TrackAvailability SDK will ONLY be accessible via the following:
        1. In the Metrics Explorer, the 2 Availability metrics – Availability and Test duration, will be aggregates across all your tests, including custom (reported via SDK) and the AI executed…

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          513 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » Project  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

          We are excited to announce SlowCheetah 3.0, which now supports JSON transforms. As well, this extension is released under Microsoft so the nugget and vsix name has been changed to Microsoft.VisualStudio.SlowCheetah. The gallery extension supports VS 2015 and VS 2017.

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