Find And Fix Java Exceptions Fast
StackHunter tracks exceptions in your Java applications.
It alerts you to failures in your apps and provides the details in one place for you to troubleshoot.
The dashboard shows an overview of all your application's exception. This includes high-level counts as well as breakdowns by day, hour, user, location, and type.
The latest exceptions are shown here with similar entries collapsed into a single line. The details for each entry as well as any similar exceptions are a click away.
The details page for each exception contains a comprehensive set of data to help troubleshoot and resolve your issues quickly. It includes the stack trace, HTTP request, JVM properties, JMX attributes, and more.
StackHunter notifies you by email whenever an exception occurs. It sends at most one email per hour by default, but will break this rule if it sees a new exception for the first time.
StackHunter hooks into Log4J and Logback to automatically capture exceptions you're already logging.
StackHunter records exceptions from all your applications and servers in a central place. The applications page allows you to manage all your applications and generate their configuration settings to connect to this server.
The StackHunter server component is self-configuring, however, through the general settings page, you can change the folder it uses to store its data and configuration settings.
The mail settings page allows you to configure and test the optional mail server used for sending alerts. You can also change the email frequency and number of days to look back when checking for new exceptions.