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Steps to install SnappyFlow RUM agent - Others


Any web application developed using javascript or javascript based frameworks.

Step 1: Install the sf-apm-rum agent

cd to the project directory and run the below command

$ npm install --save sf-apm-rum 

Step 2: Import the sf-apm-rum package

const sfApm  = require('sf-apm-rum');

Step 3: Configure the sf-apm-rum agent

Add the following code in the applications root component.

let apmRum = new sfApm.ApmRum(); // initialize the library

const apmData = {
baseUrl: '<add-snappyflow-server-url-here>', // provide the URL of the snappyflow APM server that you are using to view the data
profileKey: '<add-profile-key-here>', // paste the profile key copied from SF profile
serviceName: '<your-apm-service-name>', // specify service name for RUM
projectName: '<add-project-name-here>', // provide the snappyflow project name
appName: '<add-application-name-here>', // provide the snappyflow application name

Step 4: Verify the setup

Once the above mentioned steps are completed, restart the application and check for the RUM data in the Snappyflow APM server. For viewing RUM data in snappyflow server, make sure the project and application is created or discovered with project name and app name specified in the Step 3.

Once application is available in the Snappyflow Server, Click on View dashboard -> Click on Real User Monitoring Tab on left side bar -> Go to Real Time Pane

Step 5: Debugging (In case of No Data in RUM Dashboard)

i. Check if data is available on the Snappyflow server

Navigate to the application dashboard -> Click on Browse Data -> Change the Index to "Real User Monitoring". Check if the data is available. If the data is available, it will be visible on the RUM Dashboard within few seconds.

ii. Check if the RUM data is sent from the configured application

Open the Developer tools for the configured web application on the browser -> Click on the Network Tab -> Trigger some actions in the application. Check if there is a intake/v2/rum/events call fired from the configured application side. If this call is made, it means that the data is being sent to the snappyflow server.

iii. Check if the configurations are correct

Check if the projectName and appName provided in the Step 3 are matching the project name and application name in the snappyflow server.