This field records the value of the faultcode element found in SOAP messages that contain fault information. It is intended to provide a human readable explanation of the fault and is not intended for algorithmic processing. The faultstring element is similar to the Reason-Phrase defined by HTTP. It must be present in a SOAP Fault element and should provide at least some information explaining the nature of the fault.
This field is extracted from the faultstring element in SOAP response messages.
This field records the subcode element found in SOAP messages that contain fault information. This element is part of the SOAP 1.2 standard and is not found in SOAP 1.1 applications. Fault sub codes are XML qualified names that allow the consumer of a SOAP operation to algorithmically identify the subcategory of the fault.
This field is extracted from the subcode element in SOAP response messages.
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, Content Type, Country, Enterprise, Hit, HTTP Protocol, ISP, Region, Server, Site, Subnet, User Agent, User Session
This measure shows the number of download attempts for Hits (for example Java-Script files, stylesheets, graphics files) including both complete and partial downloads. A partial download can occur when the user clicks the browser's Stop button before the page has completed its download. See for the number of times this happens.