Integrate Sentry with FuseDesk

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About Sentry

Sentry is a service that monitors and fix crashes in realtime. It contains an API for sending events from multiple language, in a range of application

About FuseDesk

FuseDesk is your Help Desk and Messaging Platform for small business. Create and manage support tickets, projects, cases, and sales, all in one place.

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  • Triggers
  • New Organization

    Triggers when a new organization is created

  • New Organization Project

    Triggers when a new organization project is created

  • New Organization Repo

    Triggers when a new organization repo is created

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project is created

  • New Team

    Triggers when a new team is created.

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created

  • New Case

    Triggers when a new case is created in FuseDesk

  • Actions
  • Create New Project

    Create a New Project

  • Create New Team

    Create a New Team

  • Update Organization

    Update an organization

  • Update Project

    Update a Project

  • Update Team

    Update a Team

  • Create FuseDesk Case

    Created a new Case in FuseDesk

How Sentry & FuseDesk Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Sentry as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick FuseDesk as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Sentry to FuseDesk.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Sentry and FuseDesk

The observation of a project is very important to the success of the project. In this report, we will observe Sentry and FuseDesk.

Sentry is a real-time error monitoring system for applications. It comes with a wide array of features that can be used to build a more stable application. Some of the basic features include:

Cross-platform support

Easy configuration

Customizable user interface

Insight into exceptions

Detailed error information

FuseDesk is a desktop client that allows you to monitor any number of websites from one place. It helps you to track your website's status, load time, errors, and many more things.

Struts2 is an open source web framework for Java that offers the fplowing features:

Tag library for HTML generation

Action mapping

Support for HTTP method extension (PUT, POST etc)

Support for component abstraction through Action class

Support for internationalization/localization through i18n tag library

Support for validation through Bean Validation framework for Java 1.0+

Support for expression language through EL tag library for Java 1.4+/Java EE 5+

Support for declarative security through aspects for Java 5+/Java EE 5+ (Java EE 6 will likely provide declarative security through annotations)

Support for JSR 303 Bean Validation specification

Support for persistence with Hibernate (and other providers. via data model mapping annotations (i.e. @ModelAttribute. or direct XML configuration (mapped at the action level)

Support for caching via annotations (i.e. @Cacheable. or XML configuration (such as @Cache)

Support for RESTful APIs via action mapping methods (e.g. @GET, @POST, etc.. and supporting servlet context attributes/properties (e.g. @PathParam. for mapping request parameters to action-specific values (aka "route parameters". which you can then use in your actions code to retrieve the value via getParameter(. or directly access them via getPathParameters(). You may also inject the ServletContext using @ServletContextScope so you have access to request parameters via getAttribute()/getParameter(. for actions which are not mapped to specific GETs or POSTs, but instead are mapped to global methods on your contrpler (@ContrplerAdvice. You have access to session attributes if you use @SessionScoped, and you can also access request headers/cookies via getRequestHeader()/getCookie(. if you use @RequestScoped or are injected into ServletContext by either of those scopes. You are also able to inject javax.servlet.* parameters into your actions using Servlet 3+ configuration using <context-param> tags at the application level or use the <servlet-param> tags at the web.xml level to inject properties into ServletContext or ServletRequest. See http://docs.jboss.org/struts/tagsdoc/html/index.html#h-7.1.3.1 for details on these tags/configuration properties and their usage. Note that if you do not specify a value for a @RequestParam or @PathParam parameter, it will still be injected as an empty String if available as per the Servlet spec, and if you specify a non-empty String value it will be converted into a primitive wrapper type which depends on the type of the parameter. For example, if you specify java.lang.Integer as a string value it will be converted into a java.lang.Integer and injected as such. If you specify java.util.Date as a string value it will be converted into a java.util.Date and injected as such. If you specify java.util.Calendar as a string value it will be converted into a java.util.Calendar and injected as such (note. Java does not currently support native conversion of Calendar objects into strings; this is done with reflection magic. The actual types of the values after conversion depend on what you specified your parameters as in your action mapping methods and what types they were specified as in your struts-config file (see below. The default for most non-primitive types (including Strings and arrays. is usually java.lang.String so if you want them converted to primitives you need to explicitly type your strings as primitives if desired, including bopean types as bopean or ints as ints so they can be converted appropriately as needed by the native type conversion logic provided by Java reflection magic if necessary, i.e.. <action ... > ... </action> <action ... > ... </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "bar" > <result name = "success" > /bar/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /foo/ </result> </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "bar" > <result name = "success" > /bar/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /foo/ </result> </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> If the above doesn't work for whatever reason, then another option is to specify an empty string if you don't want it converted in some way. <action ... > ... </action> <action ... > ... </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "bar" > <result name = "success" > /bar/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /foo/ </result> </action> <action name = "bar" > <result name = "success" > /bar/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /foo/ </result> </action> <action name = "foo" > <result name = "success" > /foo/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /bar/ </result> </action> <action name = "bar" > <result name = "success" > /bar/ </result> <result name = "failure" > /foo/ </result> </action> If you don't want it to convert at all, then just leave it blank so it comes back unmodified. If you want to disable automatic conversion entirely, then annotate your action with @Action(encode=false. so it doesn't try to convert the values before injecting them into your action class' parameters even if they should be converted automatically based on the type specified in your struts-config file (see below. Note that you can also pass false in your action mapping methods for each parameter to indicate that you don't want automatic conversion to take place for this parameter either if you prefer that approach via annotations rather than XML configuration options in struts-config which override the annotation settings if both are present in a given mapping depending on how each parameter is specified in your struts-config file (see below. The default value of these parameters in struts-config files is true, meaning that optional parameters will be converted automatically when possible based on their type specified in your struts-config file, but this behavior is configurable in XML if needed via encoding="false". When using XML configuration options in your struts

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on February 01,2023 11:04 am