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|HPE Software Products: AppPulse Mobile Practitioner Forum|
Hi, I've checked some of the HPE products and more specifically the AppPulse Mobile and AppPulse Active. My company has a project which requires to monitor the availability of a mobile application (in an Android platform) and trigger an alert in case some transactions of this application fail.
I've seen the reports and the performance checks that could be delivered with the AppPulse Mobile, but I'm wondering if it has the capability the schedule the execution some transaction scripts (i.e. every 2 hours every day) and trigger an alert in case some of them fail.
Would it be better to do this test using this tool or AppPulse Active is more appropriate for our needs?
I thank you in advance for your support.
I have four questions hope you can help me:, specially with the first two:
Thanks in advance
Can someone tell me as to what level the analytics in Apppulse Mobile breaks down detail for poor performance? Does it also provide this at a geograhic / network level as well as the device type? For instance if we have applications performing badly will the product provide:-
The network connection at the user end (whether this be 2G/3G/4G or even Wifi)
The geograhic location of the user/s. Does it provide this at cell level or even base it on post code of the user at the time of the poor transaction? i.e could we use it to isolate end users having a bad experience of a mobile app in a set geograhic location?
AppPulse Mobile is obviously of great benefit to mobile test. Even when apps are tested as thoroughly as possible, with a high degree of coverage from automation, and performance tests, there can still be issues in production due to a different context, e.g. a user with low resources performing extended actions. The analytics of AppPulse Mobile enables these to be identified. Test can recreate if necessary using the tools around Mobile Center. The problem can be resolved, e.g. excessive memory ustilisation. Fix the problem and reduce operational costs.
I wanted to see this work on an iOS app from dev (not the App Store) that had already been built, I had the ipa. To do this you use the Post-Build Wrapping option as per the AppPulse Mobile SDK. I received an error, which I didn't really understand:
2016-08-01 20:46:35.502 AppPulse_mobile[2079:20378] Repacking ipa...
I was helped by HPE (thank you). The path to the ipa file needs to be the full path. This can be achieved by dragging the ipa file into the terminal window (the full path is added to command line). The documentation shows the full path in the example, it needs it! It now works and I see data in AppPulse Mobile.
I hope that this helps someone else.
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For the app owner to learn about his users experience and how crashes in his app impact his business, monitoring crashes and crash reports are needed. The most common crash report library in Android is ACRA which enables Android Application to automatically post their crash reports to a GoogleDoc form. AppPulse Mobile solution for crash reports, which uses a version of the ACRA library to collect data on crashes, has a crash report of its own in addition to what ACRA has to offer. This solution give a richer report, such as showing the action that was related to the crash, see the crash trail of all the user actions that led to the crash, and being able to add breadcrumbs all the way to the crash. If your app already uses ACRA, by default AppPulse Mobile will not show crash data for the app. In case you decide to use AppPulse Mobile solution to get a full report of the crash, instead of your current ACRA library, you can use a flag –overrideacra to add the AppPulse Mobile ACRA library version and override yours, without any effort from your side.
Note that this will disable your existing ACRA-based reporting mechanism, and you will see crash data in AppPulse Mobile.
How the user screen captured ? Where we can change URL mapping as i see only names for transaction can be change
How FunDex value calculated in appPulse ? What is the formula used
How complicated is it to integrate HP AppPulse Mobile into my app?
In this forum we will discuss AppPulse Mobile solution. You can get answers to any question you may have, resolve ongoing issues or request deep technical information. Suggestions for missing features and general topics regarding mobile development processes are welcome as well.
To try HP AppPulse Mobile just browse http://www8.hp.com/us/en/software-solutions/apppulse-mobile-analytics-monitoring/, and you are already just a couple of minutes away from getting great value for your mobile application.