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.
There are no attributes listed for this event; attributes will include the session attributes and any custom attributes added.
MobileCrash event is created when an app crashes.
MobileCrash includes attributes such as crash line number, class, and crash message.
MobileHandledException is sent when an exception is caught and is used for non-fatal exceptions reported to New Relic using the
recordHandledException API call.
The exceptions will be visible in queries of this event and on the Handled exceptions UI page, including stack traces.
MobileRequest event is created when an HTTP request successfully completes, resulting in a response code below 400.
MobileRequest data is enabled by default for:
Android version 5.15.2 or higher
iOS version 6.0.0 or higher
For earlier versions, starting with Android version 5.14.0 or iOS version 5.14.0, you must enable the feature. Upgrade to the latest Android or iOS version, or enable the
NetworkRequests feature flag by using the Android or iOS configuration settings.
MobileRequestError is used for HTTP errors or network failures. HTTP errors are HTTP requests that have a status code greater than 400. A network failure is an HTTP request that results in no response. The event is sent when the HTTP request completes.
MobileSession event is sent when an app is closed, backgrounded, or when 10 minutes of active use has elapsed. This is the source of the general session data used by the other mobile monitoring events.
MobileSession captures attributes such as device type, device OS, and geographical information.
There is no attribute list for this event type because it is a custom event; attributes will include the session attributes and any custom attributes that you add.