The Errors dashlet provides an overview of all errors that are detected in a specified time frame. For more information, see Error Analysis. Like many other dashlets, the Errors dashlet is split into two parts:
- Error overview pane (top) displays configured error rules. For more information, see System Profile - Error Detection.
- Error details pane (bottom) displays details of a selected error category or error rule.
Error overview pane
This pane shows all the detected errors sorted by error categories. By default, errors can be caused by HTTP response codes, exceptions, logging messages or browser errors.
The pane displays the following columns:
- Error Rule: Name of the rule that specifies the error
- Transactions: Number of the transactions (PurePaths) where errors are detected
- Error count: Number of errors that are detected for one particular error category or error rule
- Failing Transactions: Number of failed transactions this error category or error rule has caused
- Failing User Actions: Number of failed user actions this error category or error rule has caused
Typically, only one of the last three columns contains a value. These represent the impact the user selects in the error rule. In the first HTTP error rule, the impact changes during runtime, which results in values in two of the columns.
Error details pane
This pane shows the details of a selected row. All columns depend on the selected error category or the error rule, except for the following first three columns:
- Error Rule
The following represents one entry in the error details pane:
- HTTP errors with equal HTTP response code.
- URI and Referrer.
- Exceptions with equal exception class and message.
- Logging errors with equal logger and message.
The following columns display on this pane:
- Error Rule: Name of the associated error rule
- Transactions: Number of transactions in one error entry. The total transaction count of all rows is the total transaction count in the Overview pane.
- Count: Number of errors that happened for one type of error entry
- HTTP response code (HTTP errors only): Exact HTTP response code that causes the error
- URI (HTTP errors only): Requested URI that causes the error
- Referrer (HTTP errors only): Referrer to the requested URI
- Exception Class (exception errors only): Class name of the exception that causes the error
- Logger (logging errors only): Name of the logger
- Message (exception and logging errors only): Message that explains the problem