LifeTime Analytics

LifeTime Analytics

  

In LifteTIme Client Analytics, it is possible to view:

- Client Performance

- Browser

- Operating System


Is it possible to add Browser screen resolution?

Hi Matthias,

This is currently not possible. You can integrate 3rd party analytics (Google) to get more detailed analytics.

You could also create an idea to add this to a future build.

Kind regards,

Remco

Solution

It is possible without 3rd party analitycs all data is already available within LifeTime. You could get insight by creating a LifeTime PlugIn, the screenresolution is logged within LifeTime API, But:

- LifeTime Monitoring API ==> This API is deprecated. To understand how to retrieve or register request-related statistics, see the PerformanceMonitoring API.

- PerformanceMonitoring API ==> This API is currently available as a supported beta version. It is subject to change as a result of product updates. In a future release the API will become a regular part of the product, with limited and documented changes.

Think i have a look at GeoPerformace LifeTimePlugin; latest version is using PerformaceMonitoring API.

Solution

PerformanceMonitoring API is regular part of the product now; see p10 documentation

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/10/Reference/OutSystems_APIs/PerformanceMonitoring_API

We have some problems with repeating calls to this API, first and second time goes ok, but the 3rd call causes the user to be locked out and several error messages in the errorlog about a wrong password for the user. If the user keeps trying (not a very smart user..) OutSystems thinks its a DoS attack and blocks the IP address.. but that's localhost :-( :

Login denied to user 'XXX'. Attempts from this user in the IP '127.0.0.1' are blocked. Less than 30 seconds passed since the last attempt done at 17:24:17 (total of 4 attempts)

Any experience with this problem?  

Wim van den Brink wrote:

We have some problems with repeating calls to this API, first and second time goes ok, but the 3rd call causes the user to be locked out and several error messages in the errorlog about a wrong password for the user. If the user keeps trying (not a very smart user..) OutSystems thinks its a DoS attack and blocks the IP address.. but that's localhost :-( :

Login denied to user 'XXX'. Attempts from this user in the IP '127.0.0.1' are blocked. Less than 30 seconds passed since the last attempt done at 17:24:17 (total of 4 attempts)

Any experience with this problem?  

Hello Wim, I've never seen this but it looks like a serious problem! Can you please open a ticket with our support?