Limit Testing of technical profiles

Theodore Zhou 20 Reputation points

I know there is no technical profile limit in policy file and there is a limit on policy file size which should not exceeds 1024KB. We can use technical profile inclusion to reduce duplication of technical profiles. This allows us to define a technical profile once and then include it in other technical profiles as needed. This can help reduce the number of technical profiles needed and make it easier to manage them. Now I want to do the limit testing, gradually increase the number of technical profiles and observe the system's behavior at each step. Or deliberately exceed the limit to observe how Azure B2C responds. But I don't know how to collect the relevant data(error messages, system responses, performance changes). Where can I see these data and where can I see the performance of the different numbers of technical profile?

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  1. Akshay-MSFT 15,041 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Theodore Zhou

    Thank you for posting you on Microsoft Q&A, from above description I could understand you want to add increase the number of technical profiles and get telemetric data at each step during a journey when a technical profile is called.

    Please do correct me if this is not the ask by responding in the comments section.

    There are no specific logs, graph query or tools to analyze the technical profile impact on a custom policy however the error and performance logs could be validated via Application insights.

    To collect B2C technical profile error messages and performance metrics, you can use Azure Application Insights. Azure Application Insights is a service that allows you to monitor the performance and usage of your applications, including B2C technical profiles.

    ---Please "Accept the answer (Yes)" and "share your feedback ". This will help us and others in the community as well.

    Thanks, Akshay Kaushik

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