kandi X-RAY | sentry Summary
kandi X-RAY | sentry Summary
Sentry is a service that helps you monitor and fix crashes in realtime. The server is in Python, but it contains a full API for sending events from any language, in any application.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Updates a list of groups matching the specified groups .
- Fetch the top events
- Gets the facets for a given query .
- Sets the commit list for the given commit list
- Save a project .
- Define a dev server
- Gets the note .
- Post process a group event .
- Perform a cleanly cleanup .
- Do a symbolicate event .
sentry Key Features
sentry Examples and Code Snippets
from os import getenv from sentry_sdk import init as sentry_init from sentry_sdk.integrations.sanic import SanicIntegration from sanic import Sanic from sanic.response import json sentry_init( dsn=getenv("SENTRY_DSN"), integrations=[Sanic
Trending Discussions on sentry
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 16:58
Not really an answer but I want to share what ended up working: I did the debugging with Webstorm. Worked on the first try after following the Jest / Webstorm debugging guide. I set a breakpoint in the test, started the debugging in Webstorm and voila it hit the breakpoint.
sentry_sdk, the sentry documentation explain how to automatically catch exceptions or logging messages. However, how can I catch a python warning, like a
DeprecationWarning that would be raised with
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 09:05
How to send specific information in Sentry ? There is Events in documentation but how to use them properly and where exactly to use them (EX: Send user email with the error) ?
Sentry provided this source code but where exactly I have to use it? :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 12:46
@Rock setting the user depends on your own business logic, the only important thing is to call
Sentry.configureScope(...) after initializing the SDK, rather than that, any place would work.
For not sending events on debug mode, there are many ways to do it, you could simply not initialize the SDK when its debug mode, or you could filter events on debug mode https://docs.sentry.io/platforms/flutter/configuration/filtering/
I am working on project upgrade from Vue 2 to Vue 3. The code base changed according to Vue migration documents: https://v3.vuejs.org/guide/migration/introduction.html#overview. I have mismatch of above mentioned libraries. Does somebody has a running project and would share their working library versions
Current mismatch error is :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-18 at 14:50
My colleague solved it by moving to Vite. My suggestion would be to drop webpack and use Vite instead.
Migration guide for Vue 2 to 3 here: https://v3-migration.vuejs.org/ Vuetify migration guide: https://next.vuetifyjs.com/en/getting-started/upgrade-guide
I am using Wistia API for video upload. The code seems to be fine and according to Wistia docs but when I upload a file, it shows the progress going from 0 to 100%, but after reaching 100%, following error is logged in console by sentry:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-27 at 06:06
Looks like it was an issue on Wistia's end due to an update according to their support. Always seemed like that as issue was in their api.js file. It works now.
I've recently added Bull to my project to offload things like synchronizing documents to 3rd party services and everything's working well, except errors occurring while processing jobs don't end up in Sentry. They're only logged on the jobs themselves, but since we're running our application on multiple configurations, it means I have to constantly monitor all these instances for job processing errors.
I know I can add an error handler to a processor, but I have quite a few processors already, so I'd prefer another, more global, solution
Is there any way to make sure these errors are also sent to Sentry?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-25 at 21:22
I wasn't able to find a way to do this globally, but I was able to create a base processor class that implemented the OnQueueFailed Event Listener and reported failures to sentry. I have all my processors inherit from it and it seems to work well.
I tried to follow every comment with a possible solution here to the letter. I relied on an example project on github as well which works perfectly.
This also started to happen to me after updating everything manually and when running the nx test command, occurrs this error.
My jest.config.js inside apps/my-app:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 22:47
From what I've found online, this seems like a common issue to projects using Jest and upgrading to Angular 13. Our project doesn't use
nx but are the updates to our Jest config:
There are many situations where I know an error will occur and want to pass additional data to Sentry. I still want the exception to get raised (so the rest of my code stops) and I only want one error in sentry.
For example, let's say I'm making an HTTP call and, in the event that the HTTP call fails, I want an error including the response text sent to Sentry:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 18:52
If you need to send a lot of data or you don't know the contents of your data, the function you are looking for is Sentry's
set_context. You want to call this function right before your exception gets raised. Note that context objects are limited in size to 8kb.
Note: you should only call
set_context in a situation where an exception will definitely get raised, or else the extra information you set may get added to other (irrelevant) errors in Sentry.
I have been trying to send a "
.log" file attachment to sentry from python every time an error/ exception occurs but so far without success. Sentry does not provide attachments documentation for python, so I have been reading the java attachments example (https://docs.sentry.io/platforms/java/enriching-events/attachments/), which is
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-17 at 16:51
I was able to send an attachment by adding this line of code
AttributeError() can be a built-in exception or a custom one derived from the
Exception class. A minimal working code is the following.
My goal is: I want to step into the some line of code of STL
istream. So I used custom built "LIBC++13" with "Debug" build type(the command I used are shown at the bottom), so that (I think) I can get a fully debuggable version of STL, and be able to step into everything I want. But I got a problem.
Here are my breakpoints settings for
BREAKPOINT A(Line 1447) and want to step into
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 00:35
By default, lldb treats functions in the
std::: namespace the same way as functions without debug information, and auto-steps back out instead of stopping in the function.
For most users, the fact that you have source information for inlined stl functions is more an accident of the implementation than an indication of interest in those functions; and stepping into STL function bodies is disruptive and not helpful.
This behavior is controlled by the lldb setting
target.process.thread.step-avoid-regex - if lldb steps into a function that matches this regex, lldb will auto-step out again. The default value is:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use sentry like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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