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errlog.io-webhook

0.1.3-beta • Public • Published

errlog.io-webhook

An beta version NodeJs module to the errlog.io webhook.

Install

For Node:

Add the following to your package.json file under dependencies:

npm install errlog.io-webhook

Import

import {ErrLogIo} from 'errlog.io-webhook';
const errLogIo = ErrLogIo('my-errlog.io-API-key');

Use

errLogIo.send({message: 'The penguins are escaping!', applicationname: 'my-shiny-new-app'});

Payload Variables

An exhaustive and up-to-date list of payload variables can be found here: https://errlog.io/docs/webhook-api

At the time of writing, the following list of variables were available:

Variable Type Required Description
apikey string required This is your ErrLog.IO apikey.
message dynamic required This is the error message that you want logged.
type dynamic recommended This is the type of event you're logging. In C# it could be "NullReferenceException", "ArgumentException" or just "Exception".
applicationname dynamic recommended This is the name of the application that caused the event. Helpful for distinguishing different applications.
errordate dynamic optional The datetime the event occurred. Should be in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss where specified.
querystring dynamic optional The querystring of the request which caused the event.
trace dynamic optional This is the stacktrace of the exception.
page dynamic optional This is the page in which the event occurred
method dynamic optional This is the method in which the event occurred
lineno int optional The line number of the code which caused the event.
colno int optional The column number of the code which caused the event.
filename dynamic optional The filename of the code which caused the event.
useragent dynamic optional This is the useragent string for the client's browser
browsername dynamic optional This is the browser the client was using when the event occurred.
servername dynamic optional This is an identifier for the server/device on which the event occurred.
browser_capabilities dynamic optional This is identifies the capabilities of the client's browser
ipaddress dynamic optional This is the IP address of the client device.
custom dynamic optional This can be used to store any additional data you want.
language dynamic optional This is the programming language the code was written in.
session_data dynamic optional Represents a HttpSessionState object.
assemblyversion dynamic optional You can use this to represent the version of your application/library.
application_data dynamic optional Used to store name/value data from your Application state.
request_header dynamic optional This is used to store the HTTP Request Headers as name/value pairs.
request_formdata dynamic optional This is used to store the HTTP Request Form Data as name/value pairs.
request_cookies dynamic optional This is used to store the HTTP Cookies as name/value pairs.
environment dynamic optional This is used to store general environment metrics as name/value pairs.

Test

Testing the end-point requires a valid API for some of the tests. You may specify this as a single line in a file located in the root of this project named: TESTING_ERRLOGIO_API_KEY

e.g.

cd errlog.io-webhook repository root
cat "my-errlog.io-api-key" > ./TESTING_ERRLOGIO_API_KEY

Running the test is straightforward:

npm test

If developing tests/TDD, you can watch for changes and run the tests after each change automatically.

npm run test:watch

install

npm i errlog.io-webhook

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0.1.3-beta

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Apache-2.0

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