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Numeric span tag data type support for custom traces
In its current implementation all custom tag data are treated as string data and filter by the related operators (is present, equals, not present, contains etc). Please see a screenshot of the existing operators available for custom tags via the Instana Analytics Dashboard UI :current_custom_tag_operators.png However, the value contained in the tag is not always a string, and in some cases contains numeric data. To improve the analytics and filtering capabilities of such data, it would be useful to be able to create custom traces that contain numeric tags such that numerical logical operators like GREATER THAN and LESS THAN may be used to filter and analyze custom trace tags.
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