Filtering & Searching

Filter by Organization & Project #

The dashboard loads up with all projects selected by default.

Click on the “All Projects” drop down in the top left of the dashboard and select your organization or project to filter the data to your liking.

Exceptionless Filter Project Organization

Filter by Time Frame #

Click on the calendar icon in the header to select from multiple preset time frame filters, or click "Custom" and select your own.

Exceptionless Filter Time Frame

Filter / Search by Specific Criteria #

Click the magnifying glass to search by specific criteria.

You can filter by tag, ID, organization, project, stack, type, value, IP, architecture, user, and much more.

Some searches, such as ID, require a prefix (“id:”) on the search, but others, such as error.message, can be entered as strings (“A NullReferenceException occurred”).

View a complete list of searchable terms, examples, and FAQs below.

Exceptionless Filter Search Criteria Field

Searchable Fields & Requirements #

* * false Shows all events (including hidden and fixed)
id id:54d8315ce6bb2d0500bcc7b4 true Documents id
organization organization:54d8315ce6bb2d0500bcc7b4 true Organization id
project project:54d8315ce6bb2d0500bcc7b4 true Project id
stack stack:54d8315ce6bb2d0500bcc7b4 true Stack id
reference reference:12345678 true Reference id
session session:12345678 true Session id
type type:error true Event type
source source:"my log source" or "my log source" false Event source
level level:Error true Log level
date date:"2020-10-16T12:00:00.000" true Occurrence date
first first:true true True if first occurrence of event
message message:"My error message" or "My error message" false Event message
tag tag:"Blake Niemyjski" or tag:Blake or blake false Tags
value value:1 true Value of event (used in charts)
status status:open or status:discarded or status:fixed or status:regressed or status:snoozed or status:ignored true Stack status
version version:1 or version:1.0 or version:1.0.0 true Application version
machine machine:Server or Server false Machine name
ip ip: or false IP address
architecture architecture:x64 true Machine architecture
useragent useragent:IE or useragent:"Mozilla/5.0" true User Agent
path path:"/cart" or "/cart" false URL path
browser browser:Chrome true Browser
browser.version browser.version:50.0 true Browser version
browser.major browser.major:50 true Browser major version
device device:iPhone true Device
os os:iOS true Operating System
os.version os.version:8.0 true Operating System version
os.major os.major:8 true Operating System major version
bot bot:true true bot
error.code error.code:500 or 500 false Error code
error.message error.message:"A NullReferenceException occurred" or "A NullReferenceException occurred" false Error message
error.type error.type:"System.NullReferenceException" or "System.NullReferenceException" false Error type
error.targettype error.targettype:"System.NullReferenceException" or "System.NullReferenceException" false Error target type
error.targetmethod error.targetmethod:AssociateWithCurrentThread or AssociateWithCurrentThread false Error target method
user user:"random user identifier" or "random user identifier" false Uniquely identifies user user:"Exceptionless User" or "Exceptionless User" false Friendly name of user
user.description user.description:"I clicked the button" or "I clicked the button" false User Description"" or "" false User Email Address

Multiple Queries #

All queries separated by a space will be an AND operation. If you wish to OR queries you’ll need to use an OR statement. We recommend wrapping conditional statements with parentheses.

Example: Lets assume we want to return all events that have a blue or red tag. To search for these events our query would be (tag:blue OR tag:red).

Wild Cards #

Suffix your query with * for wild card searches.

Exclusions #

Prefix the field name with - for exclusions.

Example: Lets assume that we want to return all events that are not marked as a bot. To search for these events our query would be -bot:true.
*NOTE: In some cases searching with -bot:true is more accurate than searching with bot:false. This happens because the first query returns all records where bot field is not set or not equal to true. The second query returns results only where the bot field is set to false.

Set and Unset Fields #

Prefix the field name with _missing_ or _exists_.

Example: Lets assume that we want to return all events that do not contain any tags. To search for these events our query would be _missing_:tag.

Ranges #

Specify a date or numeric range as part of the term.

Date Range Example: Lets assume that we want to return all events that occurred in 2020. To search for these events our query would be date:[2020-01-01 TO 2020-12-31].

Numeric Range Example: Lets assume that we want to return all events that contain contain a value between 1 and 10. To search for these events our query would be value:(>0 AND <=10).

Custom Extended Data #

All simple data types (string, boolean, date, number) that are stored in extended data will be indexed. NOTE: Field names will be lowercased and escaped. Any field name that is not a valid identifier (containing only letter and digits) or is longer than 25 characters will be ignored.

Example: Lets assume that our events extended data contains a property called Age with a value of 18. To search for this value our query would be data.age:18.

Demo Video #

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