Manage multiple native, hybrid, and Web application registrations from a single location. Registered applications are associated with a user, an anonymous user, or nosec_identity on one or more devices.
When a user accesses an application from a device, the application is registered. View information for all application registrations, or retrieve a filtered subset of registrations. From the list of registrations, you can drill down to see application and user details. For hybrid applications, if the developer has implemented Logger code in the application, you can drill down to upload and view client logs. You can also delete registrations.
|Registration ID||System-generated application registration ID.|
|Application ID||Unique identifier for the application, in reverse domain notation. This is the application or bundled identifier that the application developer assigns or generates during application development. The administrator uses the application ID to register the application with the server, and the client application uses the application ID to send requests to the server.|
(Applies only to hybrid) Select Yes to specify that the user is a tester; otherwise, select No. You cannot change this value for other applications. The default value is No.
Users who are defined as testers can test hybrid apps that are in the staged state. See Uploading and Deploying Hybrid Apps.
|Device Type||The parameter value, such as Android and iPhone, sent by the device during registration/onboarding. "Unknown" indicates that the device type cannot be detected.|
|User Name||Name of a person
using the application registration. If the application is configured to "Allow Anonymous Access", the user name
"anonymous" is used for a successful registration, and can indicate:
|Registration Time||The date, time, and time zone the application was registered, in the format MMM DD YYYY HH:MM:SS TZ.|
If client logging is enabled for the application and data is available, click to upload the client log to the server. You can specify the level of verbosity.