New Relic event data dictionary

New Relic data sources (agents / products / services) generate data objects called events. Events contain key-value pairs called attributes.

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

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Event Types
Mobile event

A Mobile event is created when a crash occurs, when an interaction ends or has run for 1 second, or if a session completes after the app is closed, backgrounded, or has run for 10 minutes. Mobile events were once the only event type and were generated for every event, but now there are several specialized event types. Recommendation: Upgrade to the most recent New Relic Mobile agent version to take full advantage of the new event types.

Total attributes in this event: 4

Attribute name Summary
category The type of data, either session or interaction.
interactionDuration For interaction category events only. This is the total time for the interaction to render on the device. In addition to render time, this usually includes all external calls associated with the interaction. Currently, this attribute is measured in seconds for Android devices and in milliseconds for iOS devices.
name For interaction category events only. This is the label of the interaction associated with the event. It is by default assigned by New Relic. For example: ApplicationsListFragment or Display iOS_Example.MasterViewController.
reportedTimestampMs For interaction category events only. The UTC based timestamp for when the event was sent to New Relic. This is different from the attribute ‘timestamp’, which is when the event began.