In a REST API monitor, I’m using a POST HTTP Method with a JSON request body. In the content match with a JSON response type, can I undertake a second level validation along with first level validation
The REST API monitor does not support second-level JSON response validation. It supports only first level JSON response validation. However, you can check for a specific keyword in the response by using the content check feature (Response type > Text). Know more.
Setting up a website monitor w.r.t content match and HTTP configuration
Regarding the website defacement (content match) configuration, you can set keyword checks to find the existence and non-existence of keywords in your HTML response. As far as the HTTP configurations are concerned, we support HEAD, GET, and POST ...
DNSSEC validation results and troubleshooting tips
After adding a DNS server monitor, you can validate your DNS responses by enabling Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC). DNSSEC is a set of protocols that add an extra layer of security to the DNS lookup and exchange processes by digitally ...
Adding content checks to a monitor.
Content checks can be added as part of your monitor configuration. The following monitors support content checks: Website Web Transaction Web Transaction (Browser) Port (Custom Protocol) REST API (Text, XML and JSON) REST API Transaction (Text, XML ...
Difference between website monitoring and REST API monitoring
Website monitoring allows you to monitor your websites and web applications to ensure that they are up and running. Website monitor verifies the availability of specified, addressable, standard HTTP and HTTPS URLs from over 100+ global locations and ...
How are the average values calculated in Global Benchmark Report and Monitor Group Performance Report?
Response time data in a Monitor Group Performance report and Monitor Group Global Benchmark Report is calculated using different logic. As a result, you may notice a slight deviation in the average values deciphered from these reports. Monitor Group ...