Overriding existing API
In some cases, Tealeaf overrides the existing browser API.
Currently, this override behavior occurs for the following event.
Tealeaf overrides the default window.onerror event handler to track client-side error conditions that do not generate a transaction with the web server. The Tealeaf UI Capture library performs this override only if there is no current listener for window.onerror.
Block sensitive data fields
If required, sensitive information that is submitted by visitors into client-side forms can be blocked in the JSON data that is submitted to Tealeaf.
For example, if a visitor enters a social security number into a form field, you can configure field block rules to block the entered social security number (such as XXX-XX-XXXX).