On our production servers, I'd like all exceptions to be automatically logged to the database. In other C# project I wrote that meant putting a try/catch in every entry point method with the catch calling a generic routine which did the INSERT into exceptions... SQL statement. How do I do this in rails? It would be nice if in application.rb or even in each controller you could do: exception_logger :my_exception_logger Perhaps this could be implemented using filters? Hopefully rails already has this exact functionality built-in as I'd imagine everyone would need it? Pete
on 2009-02-14 14:29
on 2009-02-16 06:15
Rails Exception Notifier will give you what you need. If you want, you can hook into it a write to the DB, but you will find that the email notification is plenty. http://github.com/rails/exception_notification/tree/master
on 2009-02-16 06:42
http://getexceptional.com is pretty good for that kind of thing too.