Exceptionless Helps Identify Issue Affecting 25,000 Users – Case Study

CEVO, Inc. LogoCase study time!

Today we’ve got a great example of Exceptionless helping software developers identify major issues in their web applications affecting thousands of users.

In this case, the problem was major enough that the development team stopped using WPF and rewrote their entire UI layer!

Here’s what Will Graham, CEVO, Inc. developer, had to say when we asked him a few Exceptionless case study questions. (more…)

Set Application Version for Improved Regression Notifications and Stacking

versioningDo you get annoyed and overwhelmed by event and error notifications?

You probably have more than one version of your application running, and often older versions of your app may still be triggering events that have been fixed in newer versions.

Those events and notifications aren’t very helpful, so we implemented a versioning system that allows you to set an application version on all events!

After setting an application version, when you mark an event fixed and give it a version number, it will only regress if it occurs again in a newer version of your app.

That means there is less noise for you to wade through, and you can focus on new issues in your application without seeing old or non-relevant events constantly. (more…)

Real Time App Configuration and Event Settings with Exceptionless

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Bet You Didn’t Know Exceptionless Could Do This…

Have you ever needed to cut through the noise and just focus on one type of event (in real time), such as only error logs, to track down a bug?

Do you want to limit certain types of event reporting (in real time) to save your event quota and limit clutter?

What about controlling your application’s settings or features in real time via Exceptionless, without having to update your files and deploy your app!?

Well, with our client configuration settings, you can do all that, and more, in real time, on a per-project basis via your Exceptionless dashboard! (more…)