Tracking Multiple Requests

The Z-Ray tracks any request made by your page to the Web server, including sub-requests (e.g., AJAX calls). If your page made more than one request to the Web server, these will be displayed in the Page Requests panel.

By default, Z-Ray displays information for the first page request only. However, you have the option to drill into a specific call for deeper insight on that request.


To use the Z-Ray, the page you are inspecting must be located on your Web server, and the Z-Ray needs to be enabled. For more information on enabling the Z-Ray, see Enabling / Disabling the Z-Ray.



Instructions on how to complete a procedure

To track multiple requests:

  1. Open your page in a browser.
    As soon as the page loads, Z-Ray is displayed at the bottom of the page.
    By default, Z-Ray displays information for the first (main) request.
    Subsequent sub-requests are tracked, and their number is displayed next to the request URL on the far-left of Z-Ray.
    If one of these sub-requests contains a warning or an error, the number will be highlighted with a corresponding color: for critical errors, and for warnings.

  1. On the far-left of Z-Ray, click the URL request to open the Page Requests panel.

  1. From the Requests list, select the request you want to inspect. The severity column will give you an indication as to which request has warnings or errors and requires your attention, by displaying different severity flags:
    • - The request contains no warnings or errors
    • - The request contains warnings
    • - The request contains critical errors
  2. The data in Z-Ray displays data relevant to this request only. If a panel contains a warning or error, it will display a colored flag on the panel icon accordingly.

  1. Select a Z-Ray panel to view data for the selected request.