New Relic data dictionary

This data dictionary lists and defines the attributes attached to New Relic events and other data objects (like Metric and Span data).

This dictionary does not contain data reported by Infrastructure integrations. To learn about that data, see the integration documentation.


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Types

Browser agent

JavaScriptError

As JavaScript errors are triggered, we capture details as events. The JavaScriptError event contains information to help you segment errors to understand how they impact performance.

Total attributes in this event: 31

Attribute name Summary
appId The identification number for the reporting browser agent.
appName The name of the application that handled the request as shown in New Relic Browser.
asn Autonomous System Number: a unique number identifying a group of IP networks that serves the content to the end user.
asnLatitude The latitude of the geographic center of the postal code where the Autonomous System Network is registered. This is not the end user's latitude.
asnLongitude The longitude of the geographic center of the postal code where the Autonomous System Network is registered. This is not the end user's longitude.
asnOrganization The organization that owns the Autonomous System Number. Often an ISP, sometimes a private company or institution.
browserInteractionId A unique value generated for each browser interaction captured by the New Relic agent.
browserStackHash An unique identifier generated for a stack trace. The browserStackHash for a stack trace is different across different browsers. An identical stack trace will generate the same identifier.
city The city in which the PageView event occurred, such as Portland or Seattle.
countryCode The country from which the browser initiated the page load. For a list of country codes, see ISO 3166-1 alpha-2.
deviceType The type of device that loaded the page: mobile, tablet, or desktop.
domain The domain portion of the request URL.
errorClass The error type of the JavaScript Error object. Examples: ReferenceError, SyntaxError, and UncaughtException.
errorMessage The error message that was delivered.
firstErrorInSession A value to indicate whether or not this was the first JS error in the session. Example: true.
monitorAccountId The Synthetics account from which you are running the monitor.
monitorId A unique number identifying a particular monitor.
monitorJobId The ID of a single Synthetics monitor run, which began at a specific time and originated from a specific location.
pageUrl The URL of the page that was loaded for the PageView. For example: http://www.newrelic.com. This URL does not include query parameters.
parentEventId A unique value generated for each interaction with the page. You can use this value to group interactions together.
regionCode The specific administrative division within a country where the PageView event occurred. In the United States, regions correspond to state codes, such as WA or NY. Outside the United States, a country's regions correspond to numerical codes. Read more.
releaseIds The releases in which the app was updated. Example: {\"jQuery\":\"v3.1.1\",\"multiverse\":\"96e9ac7\"}.
requestUri The URI of the requested resource.
session A unique identifier for a single session. The session cookie expires when the user closes the browser (for example, they fully exit Chrome.) A new session identifier will be assigned when the user opens up a new instance of the browser.
stackHash A unique identifier generated by the Browser agent for a stack trace. The stackHash for a stack trace is the same across different browsers. An identical stack trace will generate the same identifier.
stackTrace A collection of the active stack frames when the error occurred.
timestamp The time that the error occurred, in Unix time.
transactionName The full metric name of the transaction in which the error occurred, or Unknown if the error occurs outside of a transaction.
userAgentName The browser’s name, such as Chrome and Firefox, obtained from the User-Agent header of an HTTP request.
userAgentOS The browser’s reported operating system, such as Windows or Linux, that it is running on. This is obtained from the User-Agent header of an HTTP request.
userAgentVersion The browser’s reported software version, which is obtained from the User-Agent header of an HTTP request.