Unique Identity Number (UIN) is a unique user ID provided by the Aegis SDK. RUM doesn't verify the UIN and only uses it as an index for log query. During development, you can enter the user ID provided by your business or information such as
uuid as long as it facilitates query.
In the logic of custom speed test, RUM calculates the mean and median values of any data reported by users and displays them. Since the volume of dirty data generated on the server is unknown, even a small amount of it can have a huge impact on the actual user data. Therefore, RUM restricts the user data on the server to values between 0 and 60000.
The Aegis SDK generates an
aid for each user (device) as a unique ID, which is stored in
localStorage in the browser for calculating the UV.
aid is not affected by the login state and will be updated only when the user clears the browser cache.
The UIN cannot be used to calculate the UV if the current user is not logged in. It is unreliable as a value specified during development since it cannot unify the state before and after user login.
RUM listens on the first screen DOM changes within 3 seconds after a page is opened and takes the time when the number of DOM changes reaches the highest as the time when the first screen framework rendering is completed. (
It is the time between
domLoading in the
The service time is used. The displayed time is around 1–2 seconds after the reported time, and log search may have a delay of 1–2 minutes.