If you are not already subscribed, set up a Google Analytics account and receive a tracking ID in the format of UA-XXXXXXXX-X. A tracking ID is issued at the time an account is created with Google Analytics.
<PRODUCT<AppM_HOME>/repository/conf/apiapp-manager.xmlfile, add the
<GoogleAnalyticsTracking>element and set the
<Enabled>property to true and, enter the tracking ID as followsobtained from Google Analytics as the value of the
<TrackingID>property, within the
<GoogleAnalyticsTracking>element as shown below.
<GoogleAnalyticsTracking> <!-- Enable/Disable Google Analytics Tracking --> <Enabled>false</Enabled> <!-- Google Analytics Tracking ID --> <TrackingID>UA-XXXXXXXX-X</TrackingID> </GoogleAnalyticsTracking>
<PRODUCT_HOME>/repository/conf/apiapp-manager.xmlfile, and restart the App Manager instance.
The above script should include the tracking code of your applications , (which is generated when you publish an application), and the request URL pointing to the App Manager gateway. When the pages that includes include the above snippet are invoked, App Manager will publish statistics to the enabled anlaytics analytics engines (BAM / Google Analytics or both).
Following image shows an invocation of a specific web Web application. The Google Analytics graphs and statistics will be are displayed at runtime in its Real Time view. The below example displays the page views per second graph, and one as he the number of active users.
When a single device or client invokes a web Web application via App Manager, each device/client will be is tracked using an anonymous cookie per application. This ensures the fact that successive invocations by a client on the same application, will are not be counted as a new visitor to that application.