Sending mail when exception occured


#1

Hello!

I want to send e-mail when an exception will occur. What is important
mail should contain backtrace.
At first I redefined initialize method in
Exception class, it worked but of course I didnt have access to backtrace. Now I have redefined set_backtrace method. It works as I want to, its access to backtrace and message of exception. I send
mail directly from set_backtrace, because I noticed that method is
called every
time an exception occurs.
Is it correct way? Maybe, you could propose better solution of my
problem?

Thanks in advance.
Michal


#2

Michal Lomnicki wrote:

Hello!

Hello!

Is it correct way?

Does it work? Does it allow you to go back to solving more interesting
or valuable problems?

Not always the best criteria, but worth considering.


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#3

Is it correct way?

Does it work? Does it allow you to go back to solving more interesting
or valuable problems?

Yes, it works, but Im not sure if it works in all cases. Im just courious about other solution of this problem:)


#4

On Friday 03 March 2006 18:16, Michal Lomnicki wrote:

Is it correct way?

Does it work? Does it allow you to go back to solving more interesting
or valuable problems?

Yes, it works, but Im not sure if it works in all cases. Im just courious about other solution of this problem:)

Unless I completely misunderstood you, why not just do:

begin

Do whatever it is you’re going to do

rescue Exception => e

Create your email

message_string = “An error has occurred. Backtrace: #{e.backtrace}”

Email it off however.

end

I get the strange feeling though that you want more than this…?


#5

Unless I completely misunderstood you, why not just do:

begin

Do whatever it is you’re going to do

rescue Exception => e

Create your email

message_string = “An error has occurred. Backtrace: #{e.backtrace}”

Email it off however.

end

Of course its the simplest way, but Ill have to invoke that in every
rescue block. So, let`s say that there is uncatched exception, even
then mail should be sent. I redefined set_backtrace in Exception class.

I get the strange feeling though that you want more than this…?

I hope that now my problem is clear.