The HTTP Sequence Event Monitor checks several web pages in sequence for multiple conditions including availablility, status codes, and download times. This tutorial will teach you how to begin monitoring your web pages in this way.
To begin, enter the URLs of the web pages you want to monitor. Add each new web page on its own line. Use the format "http://www.website.com/index.html" to enter the URLs. Each URL will be checked in the order you specify.
Next, choose the level of alert you want to receive if any of the pages you've specified cannot be reached.
Select the level of alert you want to receive if a status other than 200 (success) is returned for any of the sites.
The next option will alert if the total download time for all web pages takes longer than the values you specify in milliseconds.
Select the next option to track average page download times and receive an alert if they exceed the values you specify.
The final option will alert if the total download time for any one web page takes longer than the values you specify.
This tutorial showed you how to set up an HTTP Sequence Event Monitor. Looking for more documentation on this event monitor? Check out its Technical Resources page. Check back with the Features section soon for more new tutorials.More Tutorials