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A Simple Template Rule for SteelCentral Web Analyzer - BrowserMetrix
But to make it even easier to use Traffic Manager and SteelCentral Web Analyzer - BrowserMetrix, we have created a simple, encapsulated rule (included in the file attached to this article, "SteelApp-BMX.txt") which can be copied directly into Traffic Manager, and includes a form to let you customize the rule to include your own ClientID and AppID in the snippet. In this example, we will add the new rule to our example web site, “http://www.northernlightsastronomy.com” using the following steps:
1. Create the new rule
The quickest way to create a new rule on the Traffic Manager console is to navigate to the virtual server for your web application, click through to the Rules linked to this virtual server, and then at the foot of the page, click “Manage Rules in Catalog.” Type in a name for your new rule, ensure the “Use TrafficScript” and “Associate with this virtual server” options are checked, then click on “Create Rule”
2. Copy in the encapsulated rule
In the new rule, simply copy and paste in the encapsulated rule (from the file attached to this article, "SteelApp-BMX.txt") and click on “Update” at the end of the form:
3. Customize the rule
The rule is now transformed into a simple form which you can customize, and you can enter in the “clientId” and “appId” parameters from the Web Analyzer – BrowserMetrix console. In addition, you must enter the ‘hostname’ which Traffic Manager uses to serve the web pages. Enter the hostname, but exclude any prefix such as “http://”or https:// and enter only the hostname itself.
The new rule is now enabled for your application, and you can track via the SteelCentral Web Analyzer console.
4. How to find your clientId and appId parameters
5. Download the template rule now!
You can download the template rule from file attached to this article, "SteelApp-BMX.txt" - the rule can be copied directly into Traffic Manager, and includes a form to let you customize the rule to include your own ClientID and AppID in the snippet.