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How to track server side rest service from Analytics? If i want to keep tracking on count of a specific restful service invoked in a server. Do we have any tools in Adobe to track it.

Krishnakumar2004
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How to track server side rest service from Analytics? If i want to keep tracking on count of a specific restful service invoked in a server. Do we have any tools in Adobe to track it. 

 

For example in server we have a rest service /api/SendAgent service. I want to track no of visits to this service from analytics.

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yuhuisg
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You can create your own image requests: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/implementation/other/hardcoded.html

I remember Adobe used to have AppMeasurement SDKs for other languages/platforms, e.g. for PHP. But I can't find that in the documentation site, so those might have been deprecated.

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yuhuisg
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You can create your own image requests: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/implementation/other/hardcoded.html

I remember Adobe used to have AppMeasurement SDKs for other languages/platforms, e.g. for PHP. But I can't find that in the documentation site, so those might have been deprecated.

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Krishnakumar2004
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This is for static files. How to track serverside rest services.
yuhuisg
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It's the same idea: you need to build your own request, then send it
Samrat_Dsouza
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Check the server side adobe implementation, something that should be able to handle what you're looking for along with visitorID.
jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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