James Thurley February 2016

Application insights setAuthenticatedUserContext with API on another domain

I have Application Insights configured on both the front and back-end of my website, which operate on different sub-domains (let's say www.mydomain.com and api.mydomain.com).

The cookie containing the user information set by setAuthenticatedUserContext is stored by AI with the cookie domain set to www.mydomain.com. When I make a call to api.mydomain.com the cookie is not included, and therefore the credentials I set are not associated with any AI data logged by the API.

My API has Access-Control-Allow-Credentials set to true, and the front-end has withCreditials set to true on the XHR object.

Can I get AI to set a different cookie domain, or is there some other issue at play here stopping the user information reaching the API?

Update: I notice Google Analytics sets a cookie with the domain set simply to .mydomain.com, and this cookie information is included with calls to my API.

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Alex Bulankou February 2016

This is not currently supported but there is an issue opened on GH for it: https://github.com/Microsoft/ApplicationInsights-JS/issues/64 Please continue monitoring GH link, we will provide an update soon. Thanks!

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