Session-enabled traces now have an "error mode" capability in which the feature lies dormant until an exception is thrown. Upon the error, the past 30 seconds of data is retained and sent, and the feature becomes fully activated again.
Feature class internals and testing architecture have been augmented to support testing new experimental features in progress.
Error payloads will now be decorated with a real timestamp and feature flags to facilitate error usages in future NR1 UI experiences.
Session Trace becomes more aligned with the new interpretation of a user's session defined as part of the upcoming and experimental Session Replay feature. When the session tracking setting is enabled, the Session Trace feature will now use stored session info to make capturing decisions.
Data defined by APM agents and the customer will no longer be included in session trace requests since the data is not consumed downstream and can result in 414 errors in cases where the custom data would cause the URL to exceed the maximum length of 8,192 bytes.
New Relic recommends that you upgrade the agent regularly to ensure that you're getting the latest features and performance benefits. Older releases will no longer be supported when they reach end-of-life. Release dates are reflective of the original publish date of the agent version.
New Browser Agent releases are rolled out to customers in small stages over a period of time. Because of this, the date the release becomes accessible to your account may not match the original publish date. Please see this status dashboard for more information.
Consistent with our browser support policy, v1.235.0 of the Browser agent was built for and tested against these browsers and version ranges: Chrome 105-114, Edge 105-113, Safari 15-16, and Firefox 104-113. For mobile devices, v1.235.0 was built and tested for Android Chrome 100 and iOS Safari 15.2-15.5.