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Work with Tracer Analyzer

After you completed configuring your Tracer-Items and connected your application with Congether. You can analyze the reported events from your endpoints in Tracer Analyzer.

To open Tracer Analyzer, go to the Tracer-Module in your application, device or installation. 

Click the upper right button “Go to Tracer Analyzer”. You will be redirected to the Analyzer-page. 

Tracer Analyzer

On this page, you can choose between three report-modes. 

  • List
    This will give you the filtered entries as a list
  • Timeline
    Here you can display the entries as a graphical timeline-chart.
  • Distribution
    In this mode, you’ll see the distribution of a given parameter (e.g. application-version or operating-system) for all filtered events

Query Parameters

You can filter your query by following different parameters.

Application Filter

Select the Application, you want to start with. This parameter is required.

You can optionally filter your events by a specific version of the selected application.


You can filter events for a specific device or installation. To do this, copy the device-id or the installation-id and paste it in the parameter-field. This field must be a valid GUID.

Date Filter

You can set a minimum- and maximum-date, for querying the events. Please consider this, if your application generates a lot of events to optimize your request and avoid extreme large query-results.


Select a Tracer-Item, which you want to query. Depending of the type and query-mode this will result in additional available parameters.

Accumulation Interval

This option is only available in a Timeline-query and if your Tracer-Configuration is configured as a “Log”-Type. 

As the timeline-result only works with numerical values, the log-entries will be counted for a given interval. With this parameter you can get an overview over for example “errors per hour”, etc. 


This option is only available in a Distribution-query. 

The query-result will be analyzed by the given parameter-value and will return an distribution-result. For example, which operating-system is used in which proportion.


If you want to get an detailed insight of the events, fill out the query-parameters to your need and click on “Query Data”. After a while, you’ll get a list of query-results. 


To see the details for a specific list-entry, click on that. The detail-informations will be requested and displayed.



To analyse your data in terms of the temporal progression, use the Timeline-query. Fill out all required parameters and click on “Query Data”. After a while, you’ll get a graphical chart which is zoomable to simply understand where and when peeks occur.



To get the information about the distribution of a given parameter (e.g. operating-system, runtime, ip-address, etc.) in your queried events. Select the distribution-query. Fill in all necessary informations and click on “Query Data”. The response will be a distribution-result, displayed as a pie-chart.


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