Information about baseline event data record fields as recorded by Sensor.
The IP address of the client as included in the request made to the server.
The cookies sent by the client with the request.
Example: v1st=42FDF66DE610CF36; ASPSESSIONIDQCATDAQC=GPIBKEIBFBFIPLOJMKCAAEPM;
The HTTP referrer string sent by the client to the server with the request.
If you are using page tags, the cs(referrer) is the full URL of the document containing the tag image, including HTTP or HTTPs.
Also, you can configure Apache (1.3, 2.0, and 2.2) and IIS sensors to capture the port that is used for the request, which can identify HTTP vs. HTTPS requests.
The string sent by the client with its request to the server that indicates what type of user agent the client is.
Example: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040707 Firefox/0.9.2
The method type of the HTTP request
The query string portion of URI (stem + query string = URI)
This is preceded by a question mark (?) and may contain one or more name-value pairs separated by ampersands (&).
The stem portion of URI (stem + query string = URI)
The stem is the actual or logical path to the requested resource on the server.
The content type of the resource being requested by the client as reported by the server.
Examples: text/html, image/png, image/gif, video/mpeg
The number of bytes of data sent from the server to the client in response to the request.
The status code returned to the client by the server.
The fully qualified domain name or IP address of the host of the requested resource.
The list of all the controlled experiment names and groups that the client is a member of at the time of the request.
The date and time (GMT) at which the request was received by the server.
The time is expressed as the number of 100 nanoseconds since January 1, 1600.
Example: 127710989320000000 would be the x-timestamp value for 11:28:52.0000000 on Tuesday, September 13, 2005.
The 64-bit, hexadecimal value of the unique browser identifier found in a persistent cookie as set by a Sensor and provided by the client with a request to a server.
The data workbench server can derive a number of variables from the baseline event data record fields. For more information, see the Dataset Configuration Guide.