Integrating SessionStack with Sentry
Setting up the SessionStack plugin will add to your Sentry reports a visual recreation of the user behavior for each and every issue in your web app.
This tutorial assumes that you already have an account at Sentry with a configured project and Raven.js integrated into your application. If you still haven’t, check out how to get started with Sentry.
Creating a project
After signing up and logging in SessionStack click on "Add new" to create your first project:
And the basic SessionStack integration is ready.
An additional snippet is required for Sentry to associate each event with the current user session at the correct time:
Use the snippet below if you're using Raven.js
Finally, you’ll find the ID of the project in the General section of the Settings page:
It will be used later when configuring the plugin in Sentry.
Creating an API token
Go to the API Tokens page, enter a name for the token (e.g. Sentry token) in the input field and create a new token:
The name is required only so you can identify and manage your API tokens. Anytime you think the security is compromised you can delete the relevant API token and create a new one.
Configuring the plugin
The final step is to configure the plugin. Go to the settings of your project in Sentry. Find the SessionStack plugin in the integrations page and click on
Configure plugin. You’ll have to enter the email of your SessionStack user account, the API Token and the ID of the project.
If you’re using on-premises deployment of Sentry you can also configure the proper REST API and session player addresses of your SessionStack deployment.
Now when you go to your Sentry reports you’ll find a
Play Session button.
Clicking on it will open up the recorded session and will start playing 5 seconds before the event has occurred so you can see the user behavior that lead to it.
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