Ben Nadel
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Ben Nadel at the jQuery Conference 2010 (Boston, MA) with: The jQuery Community
Ben Nadel at the jQuery Conference 2010 (Boston, MA) with: The jQuery Community ( @jquery )

ColdFusion Insights For My Online Fusion Reactor Alert Viewer

By Ben Nadel on
Tags: ColdFusion, Work

A few weeks ago, I posted about an online HTML and JavaScript viewer that I created in order to more easily consume my Fusion Reactor server alerts. This morning, I've made a few updates to the viewer that provide a bit more insight into the ColdFusion aspects of the Fusion Reactor data.

Project: View the Fusion Reactor Alert project on my GitHub account.

First, I've added an "Insight" column to the datagrid of running requests that will quickly denote which requests have stack-trace data items that contains explicit references to .CFC or .CFM ColdFusion template:


Fusion Reactor alert viewer with ColdFusion insight column.  

Then, within the selected request modal window, I'm extracting and replicating the ColdFusion specific stack-trace items at the top:


Fusion Reactor alert with ColdFusion items replicated at top of detail.  

This way, you can quickly see which requests have ColdFusion data and then quickly see which ColdFusion templates have been invoked.

I've also added request filtering, but do not have a screenshot for this.

I've been using this Fusion Reactor Alert viewer (directly on GitHub) for about a week and I have to say that I'm really enjoying it. I used to manually scan through the Fusion Reactor email content, matching Thread IDs to stack-traces, trying to get a picture of what was going on. But, it was difficult, at best. This online viewer makes it so much easier!

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