Quickly find the tests that matter to you using facets, get an overview of the state of your application with the global uptime and response time graph, and manage your tests through bulk functionalities.
For more information about the CI Results Explorer, see the CI Results Explorer documentation.
The Synthetics Filters panel on the left side of the page lists several default facets you can use to search through your tests. Default facets include:
|The type of Synthetic test: |
|The Synthetic test status: |
|The creator of the Synthetic test|
|The (managed and private) locations the Synthetic test is running from|
|The state of the Synthetic test: |
|The handle used by the Synthetic test for notifications|
|The environment the Synthetic test is running on|
|The tag assigned to the Synthetic test|
Search through your Synthetic tests by clicking on the facets on the left panel or by writing your own custom query using the search bar. As you select and deselect facet values in the panel or in the search bar, the search bar will automatically update with the equivalent query. Likewise, when you modify the search bar query (or write one from scratch), the facets checkboxes update to reflect that change. Query results update in real-time as you edit the query; there’s no Search button to click.
type:api. To add another value of the same facet to your search, click the other value checkbox or add the other value with an
ORBoolean operator and wrap values with quotes and parentheses. For example,
type:("api" OR "api-ssl").
type:api``region:aws:us-east-2. You can also mix facets and text. For example,
checkout type:browser. Although invisible, the
ANDBoolean operator is applied when searching on multiple terms.
-to exclude it from the search query, e.g.
*). For example,
If you want to exclusively search for browser tests, click Browser Test in the left panel. Click again to reselect all your tests, regardless of their type.
Bulk manage your Synthetic tests from the list page by clicking multiple individual test checkboxes in the table or by clicking on the checkbox next to
State to select all the test checkboxes of the page.
Once selected, choose
Run Tests Now or
Delete, which will bulk run or delete all of the selected Synthetic tests.
Hover over a test in the table to populate options such as
Run Test Now,
Delete. The option
Edit Recording is also available for browser tests.
The creation, addition, and deletion of Synthetic tests, global variables, and private locations create events in the event stream. Generated events explain the change and display the user who performed the change.
Find all Synthetic Monitoring related changes by searching the event stream for
#audit synthetics. Retrieve changes that were done on a specific test by searching on the id of your test. For example,
Additional helpful documentation, links, and articles: