I'm looking for a service like crashlytic's logging
'//Something like this
But the only problem is that these logs are sent just when there is a crash.
I'm looking for a service like this so i can send logs without "crash"ing my...
Trying to add real-time log messages to my app, so I can investigate problems if not a the PC.
The running code should pause while the message is showing and this is not as easy as I thought it
Currently I am trying this:
In a code module (called General) I have this:
Currently doing a simple error log for unhandled runtime errors:
'Return true to allow the OS default exceptions handler to handle the uncaught exception.
Sub Application_Error (Error As Exception, StackTrace As String) As Boolean
I have a B4A App, that interacts with a Payment terminal
i am getting an error that does not show in the code or the log window.
It just crashes.
The log (unfiltered) is as follows:
Any ideas !?
Logger connected to: Wolder miTab_COLORS_10
--------- beginning of crash
My beautiful, perfect and... no longer usable, probably :D tool AddLogs inserted debug lines, so that the name of the running routine (and its parameters and related values) was logged.
AddLogs added these logs to all the routines (which is sometimes annoying but certainly useful for...
If an Exception is caught using B4A, then it's annoying to have the stack trace in the Log,
because it looks like there was an unhandled error.
Therefore, it is impossible to distinguish between real exceptions and caught exceptions.
Therefore my question:
how can we hide caught...
I'm trying to debug a app that uses geofences, so not connected to the IDE. Is there a (hopefully elegant) way to RedirectOutput (like B4J) but that captures the log output (with #BridgeLogger:True) to a local file?
Would be super handy. If it's not already there, consider this a feature...
In B4J we get a logfile for the requests as :
srvr.Port = 8090
However the log filename is always in the format b4j-date.request.log
Is there anyway to rename the log file ?
Thanks in advance.