Details page > On Pages section - Seems like URLs are listed in chronological order. Can we please get them in reverse so that I can spot latest source of the error and start debugging from there.
In our case the URLs listed there are no longer valid.4 votes
It’s not exactly reverse-chronological, but close. It’s reverse-chronological order of unique pages not seen so far.
Let me know what you think.
Exceptional allows you to post additional context info when logging an exception. For example, you could include the user id or some other parameter that's unique to the exception.
Right now I'm try to debug a script that unexpectedly has an undefined variable, but it only happens in our production environment. I'd like to be able to log some state information along with the exception.21 votes
Thanks for the suggestion! I’ve incorporated this into Errorception now. Read the blog post here: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/11/capture-custom-data-with-your-errors.html
You guys rock!
I'm seeing quite a few errors logged from chrome:// URLs, obviously from a user's browser extension and not something I actually control. I'd like to only log http:// and https:// URLs. (If anyone *wants* to see the chrome:// errors I suppose this should be an option, though I have a hard time thinking of a use case where someone would want that.)5 votes
collapse identical errors reported in different spoken languages (French vs English) into a single error
I have French and English users, primarily. the same error in these different languages is reported as two different errors.9 votes
Sorry for the huge delay for this. It’s fixed now. :)
I am currently debugging an issue that, from the language the error is being thrown in, appears to primarily be affecting Chinese users. I have no way to verify this, however, because the IP addresses themselves aren't logged. It would be nice to be able to get a log of IP addresses, or at least geolocation of the error, so you could see if an error was specific to certain geographic areas. For example, I suspect that this issue has something to do with an interaction between our CDN and China's firewall, but it would be good to know if there were any users with this error who were in other areas.
I am currently debugging an issue that, from the language the error is being thrown in, appears to primarily be affecting Chinese users. I have no way to verify this, however, because the IP addresses themselves aren't logged. It would be nice to be able to get a log of IP addresses, or at least geolocation of the error, so you could see if an error was specific to certain geographic areas. For example, I suspect that this issue has something to do with an interaction between our CDN and China's firewall, but it would be good to know if…10 votes
It would be handy, to help keep track of the errors and our progress on tracking them down, to have a notes or comments type field we could edit and add to that is associated with a particular error.45 votes
It would be really nice to be able to filter errors by the URLs they have occurred on.7 votes
Sorry, forgot to update this issue here, but I implemented this some time ago. You should find the filter on the left-side of the listing. Cheers. :)
Sometimes it's nice to have the nitty gritty details; how about allowing an export of raw data with some limited (date-based, browser-based) filtering capabilities? Sometimes the aggregated view is not enough to aid in troubleshooting.
Having this capability would save you from having to build countless views of the data in the ui for atypical situations.10 votes
It's not terribly useful to have 1 line number for 10 pages that an error happens on.
It would also be useful to be able to see on which pages, which browser the error was on.
timestamps on the error per page would be nice to, to see if there is corresponding errors on the server side logging.6 votes
Details here: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/11/raw-error-data.html
We have many developers at company and would rather not give out our main account login to everyone.8 votes
This took forever, but it’s not implemented. You can now add more users to your account. Details here: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/07/announcing-multi-user-support.html
If you're not going to allow for multiple users in the near future, how about at least allowing for multiple email addresses to be specified for the daily reports? This alone would be incredibly helpful!0 votes
Hey Dan. Support for multiple users has (finally!) been added. Details here: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/07/announcing-multi-user-support.html Thanks for your patience.
Sorry for the terribly long delay, but you can start closing errors now! Blog post here: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/08/improved-error-management.html
tell me how to delete my account1 vote
Some error I fixed or caused by myself etc, I just want to remove it from the list, please allow this to happen5 votes
You can start closing or ignoring errors now! Blog post here: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/08/improved-error-management.html
Set an expiration header so the script can be cached browser side.3 votes
I’ve now set the expiration to 1 week to make Google PageSpeed happy. ;)
"The line number is randomly chosen from one of the errors. It may vary since this is an inline script error. Note: Line numbers may not be too useful in IE. "
I agree line number is not very useful in IE, BUT its better than nothing. So can you show the file you "random" picked, at least give me a clue of the line number comes from, thanks.1 vote
I'd love a way to send custom meta data along with the error by adding it to the tracking snippet. In my case, I would need to know which environment the error is happening in. (development, staging, or production)17 votes
You can do this now! Here’s the blog post: http://blog.errorception.com/2012/11/capture-custom-data-with-your-errors.html
Would be helpful if you made a debug script available to isolate suchlike1 vote
This has been invalid for quite some time now. This technique isn’t being used since ages.
Errors are logged in the language of the users' browser. This means that, for example, "Se requiere un objeto" doesn't roll up with "Object expected".
This makes accurately prioritizing errors difficult. Solving this problem, while probably a huge pain, would be a big differentiator for errorception.4 votes
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