Experience Node

The experience node is the first monitored frontend component and contains an attribute that is called Experience. The experience node is the beginning of the transaction path. The experience node replaces the previous automatic entry point solution. This solution had several limitations, such as application-based granularity and application entry points data from mixed environments (for example, pre-production and production). The experience node resolves these limitations.
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The experience node is the first monitored frontend component and contains an attribute that is called Experience. The experience node is the beginning of the transaction path. The experience node replaces the previous automatic entry point solution. This solution had several limitations, such as application-based granularity and application entry points data from mixed environments (for example, pre-production and production). The experience node resolves these limitations.
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Post-upgrade Steps
After you upgrade and migrate your data to a new version of Team Center, the automatic entry points expire from your map after a certain period. The default expiration period is one day, but this value can be configured. If automatic entry points expire, Experience Cards might appear empty. Adjust your Universe or Experience Card filters to recognize the experience node.
Follow these steps:
  1. Open a
    Universe
    or
    Experience Card
    and click
    Edit
    .
  2. In the filter criteria, replace the Business Transaction attribute with the Experience attribute and define the
    filter conditions and values.
    Example:
    Replace
    Business Transaction = (AEP1, AEP2)
    with
    Experience = (Exp1a, Exp1b, Exp1c, Exp2a)
  3. Add a new attribute rule if your filters originally contained the APPLICATION_ENTRYPOINT type. Click
    Attributes
    in the left pane to add a new attribute rule.
    Example:
    The following image shows the AEP attribute and its newly assigned values for when the Experience attribute is not empty.
    AttributeRule.png
  4. Use the newly created attribute in the filters. For the previous example, set the filter to
    AEP = (true)
    to find the components that contain values for the Experience attribute.
You adjusted your filters to include the experience node.
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