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Tag Level Metrics... - Sreekanth - 02-05-2015 04:39 AM

Hello Team,

As part of the analytics group we want to store the tag level metrics to track the response time of the requests that are taking long time which hurt the response of the page.

Example : http://www.webpagetest.org/result/150204_E1_121J/1/details/


In this Under Request Details section : We want to capture the Resource URL's or Tags which we want to track for analytics purpose.

Do we have any API where we can capture this data

Thanks,
Sree


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - pmeenan - 02-10-2015 11:59 PM

There is a REST API that can give you all of the data in XML or JSON format: https://sites.google.com/a/webpagetest.org/docs/advanced-features/webpagetest-restful-apis

i.e. for that test: http://www.webpagetest.org/jsonResult.php?test=150204_E1_121J


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - Sreekanth - 02-11-2015 08:21 AM

Hello Patrick,

Thanks for the response. The JSON data is too big. Is there a way where I can get the Request Details Tabulated data as exported in to excel file.

http://www.webpagetest.org/result/150210_TG_12ZS/1/details/

Only Requested Details Section. As this will contain more important data each resource how much time it spent, Is that served by CDN ( Akamai ) or Web Server, IP address of the third party resource tags and their location.

Please let me know your thoughts. Digging the JSON file is a big task.

Thanks,
Sree
Intuit.


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - pmeenan - 02-12-2015 12:02 AM

On the main page of the test results there is a link to download the request data as csv: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/150210_TG_12ZS/150210_TG_12ZS_intuit.com_requests.csv

What do you mean by "the JSON is too big"? If you are using an API and code it shouldn't really matter and extracting the request data is trivial the way it is structured. If you're doing things by hand and loading into excel you're probably going to be in a world of hurt if you are trying to do this for any volume. Parsing the data out of JSON is like 10 lines of Javascript, Python, PHP (really anything except for c/c++).


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - Sreekanth - 02-14-2015 05:39 AM

Hello Patrick,

Thanks a bunch. The CSV file is, this is what exactly we are looking for.

Thanks,
Sree


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - mrpr567 - 08-01-2016 01:09 AM

Hello Team,

As part of the analytics group we want to store the tag level metrics to track the response time of the requests that are taking long time which hurt the response of the page.

Example : http://satta-results.in/satta-king-satta-matka.php
http://satta-satta.in/satta-king-sattaking-gali-desawer-upgameking-forum.php
http://india-satta.in/satta-king-gali-disawer-upgameking-satta-result.php
http://satta-matka.net.in
http://sattaraja.com
http://mysattaking.com



In this Under Request Details section : We want to capture the Resource URL's or Tags which we want to track for analytics purpose.

Do we have any API where we can capture this data

Thanks,
Sree


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - pmeenan - 09-18-2017 11:17 PM

The API is documented here: https://sites.google.com/a/webpagetest.org/docs/advanced-features/webpagetest-restful-apis


RE: Tag Level Metrics... - femtoservicesolution@gmail.com - 04-12-2018 08:32 PM

Hello Team,

As part of the analytics group we want to store the tag level metrics to track the response time of the requests that are taking long time which hurt the response of the page.
http://www.activateyourproductkeys.com/Norton-Support-activate.html
http://www.activateyourproductkeys.com/
http://www.activateyourproductkeys.com/norton/index.html

In this Under Request Details section : We want to capture the Resource URL's or Tags which we want to track for analytics purpose.

Do we have any API where we can capture this data

Thanks,
Rahul