Application Component, Application Component by City, Application Component by Country, Application Component by ISP, Application Component by Region, Application Component by Server, Application Component by Subnet, City, Country, Enterprise, HTTP Protocol, ISP, Region, Server, Site, Subnet, User Agent, User Session
This metric shows the number of HTTP server errors that have occurred. These server errors are identified by the HTTP response code that is sent back by the web server. Response codes in the range from 500-599 are considered server errors.
This field records the faultactor element found in a SOAP message that contains fault information. It is intended to provide information about who caused a fault to happen within the message path. It is similar to the SOAP actor attribute but instead of indicating the destination of the header entry, it indicates the source of the fault. The value of the faultactor attribute is a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) identifying the source.
This field is extracted from the faultactor element in SOAP response messages.
This field records the faultcode element found in SOAP messages that contain fault information. Fault codes are XML-qualified names that allow the consumer of a SOAP operation to algorithmically identify the source of the fault. SOAP defines a small set of fault codes covering basic SOAP faults:
This field is extracted from the faultcode element in SOAP response messages.
This field records the detail element found in SOAP messages that contain fault information. It is intended to carry application specific error information related to the Body element. It must be present if the contents of the Body element could not be successfully processed.
This field is extracted from the detail element in SOAP response messages.