Configure Browser Agent Response Cookie Decoration for .NET

You can modify the default Browser agent monitoring to achieve the balance of visibility and performance of that you require into .NET mobile applications.As an administrator, understand the Browser Agent cookies and perform the optional configuration tasks.
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You can modify the default Browser agent monitoring to achieve the balance of visibility and performance of that you require into .NET mobile applications.
As an administrator, understand the Browser Agent cookies and perform the optional configuration tasks.
The properties listed in the Browser Agent IntroscopeAgent.profile are the only supported properties. No other properties from the Java IntroscopeAgent.profile are supported.
Follow these steps:
  1. Navigate to
    <Agent_Home>
    directory on the server for the .NET application you want to monitor.
  2. Open the IntroscopeAgent.profile in a text editor.
  3. Go to this section:
    # External Business Transaction Monitoring properties
  4. Modify any of the following properties as required:
    • introscope.agent.browseragent.responseCookieEnabled
      This property controls the response decoration and insertion of cookies. The Browser Agent transaction trace is correlated only when the corresponding transaction trace from the .NET agent is already qualified.
      The last part of the URL is used as a key for the placeholder <
      page url
      > in the cookie that is named x-apm-brtm-response-bt-page-<page url>.
      Values: True/False
      Default: False
      Configuration Type: This agent-specific property does not require you to restart the application or application server.
    • introscope.agent.decorator.userid.cookie.name
    • This property value identifies the userID in the request cookie. The property encrypts and sends this information in the response cookie:
      • UserId
      • Host name
      • Process name
      • Agent name
      Values: True/False
      Default: False
      Configuration Type: This agent-specific property does not require you to restart the application or application server.