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Error Template View

Last Updated: Dec. 31, 2023

As part of our multi-faceted Error Tracking, take advantage of the Error Template View, where similar errors with shared attributes are grouped into a single template for swift and easy analysis.

Error Template View Coralogix RUM


Grouping errors as part of Real User Monitoring is a strategic approach to managing and improving the quality of your digital services. It enhances your ability to diagnose issues, prioritize fixes, optimize performance, and ultimately deliver a better user experience. By understanding the nature and impact of errors, you can make informed decisions to enhance the reliability and performance of your website or application.

Error Template View provides you with an overview of all the errors generated from your browser, grouped by templates on the basis of the error source. View the error type, URL, last appearance, number of users the error affects, and the number of times the error occurred. Filter according to your needs.

Access Error Template View

Access Error Template View by clicking on the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner of your Error Tracking UI. Move between between ERROR TEMPLATING (grouped errors) and ERROR TRACKING (individual errors).

Error Template View RUM Coralogix

Error Template View Components

Error Template View includes:

  • Error Overall Graph and KPIs. This graph presents the error trend in the application, in addition to the overall number of errors and users affected.
  • Template Grid. Use the error template grid to view error template information, row by row. Modify columns and the information presented based on your specific interests. Clicking on a specific template will take you to the analytics view, where you can see the distribution of the error.
  • Filters. Refine your view by filtering templates according to particular error attributes.
  • Alerts. Create alerts directly from this screen by clicking CREATE ALERT in the upper right-hand corner.
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Error Attributes

Front-end errors are collected in groups on the basis of their source. For each source, particular attributes are displayed.

Exception• Error Type
• Error Message (log message)
• Page URL (fragment)
• Application
Custom• Error Message (log message)
• Page URL (fragment)
• Application
Network• Network Request
• Status Code
• Page URL (fragment)
• Application

Source type error attributes are explained below.

Error TypeDescribes the general category or class of the error, helping to group similar errors together, e.g., database connection error, file not found, etc.
Error MessageA concise description of the specific error instance, often including details like error codes or messages that provide context for the issue.
Page URLThis is a portion of the URL associated with the web page or application where the error occurred, helping to pinpoint the location of the problem.
Network RequestPertains to the type of network request (e.g., HTTP GET, POST) that triggered the error, aiding in identifying the source of network-related issues.
Status CodeIndicates the HTTP status code associated with the network error (e.g., 404 for “Not Found” or 500 for “Internal Server Error”).
ApplicationSpecifies the particular application or component within your system that generated the error, helping to isolate the source of the issue in a multi-application environment.

For example, you might have a template where all the errors have TypeError, with message r.match is not a function, in URL example.com/yourproduct/. Resolving this template would enable you to remove the entire group of errors from the system.

Additional Resources

DocumentationError Tracking: User Manual


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