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July 22, 2012

Error Resolving and Deploy Tracking

Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been busy working on two great new features which we think you’ll love, error resolving and deploy tracking.

Marking Errors as Resolved

Last week we rolled out support for marking your errors as “resolved”. This helps you to focus only on current errors and gives you a warm fuzzy feeling when you manage to resolve every error :)

You can resolve errors by clicking the resolve button on each error page, or you can batch resolve errors using the checkboxes on error list pages.

Errors marked as resolved will be automatically unresolved when a new exception of the same type occurs in a new version.

Deploy Tracking

We’ve also just rolled out support for tracking deploys in your applications! By sending the source revision or application version to Bugsnag when you deploy a new version of your app, you’ll be able to see which deploy each error was introduced in, and even auto-resolve all unresolved errors each time you deploy.

So you can notify us about your deploys, we’ve created a simple Deploy Tracking API that you can call from your deploy scripts.

We’ve also updated the Bugsnag Ruby Notifier to contain rake and capistrano tasks allowing you to automatically notify us of deploys.

To automatically mark all production errors as resolved after you notify us of a deploy, simply enable the checkbox under the “Deploy Tracking Settings”section in your Bugsnag project’s settings page.

Over the next few weeks, we will be adding more ways to see how your deploys relate to exceptions in your applications, so you can focus on finding and fixing your errors as quick as possible.

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