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README.md

BugGuardian.WebForms

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Easily track you ASP.NET Core exceptions on Azure DevOps and TFS

BugGuardian.WebForms is an extension for BugGuardian (a library that allows to easily create a Bug or a Task work item on your Azure DevOps account or on your on-premises Azure DevOps Server and Team Foundation Server 2015, 2017 and 2018 in the case your application throws an Unhandled Exception) specifically written to support ASP.NET WebForms applications.

It supports projects with .Net Framework 4.5 and above.

Installation

The BugGuardian.WebForms library is available on NuGet. Just search BugGuardian.WebForms in the Package Manager GUI or run the following command in the Package Manager Console:

Install-Package DBTek.BugGuardian.WebForms

WARNING: If you are experiencing an error like "BugGuardian.WebForms already has a dependency defined for XXX", update your NuGet client to the latest version

Usage

Refer to the project documentation to find more information about this library.

Refer to the BugGuardian project documentation to find examples about that.

WARNING: From Dec 9, 2019 Azure DevOps does not support "Alternate Credentials" anymore. Please be sure to use a "Personal Access Token" instead (more info: https://devblogs.microsoft.com/devops/azure-devops-will-no-longer-support-alternate-credentials-authentication/)

Support

If you encounter some issues trying this library, please let me know through the Issues page and I'll fix the problem as soon as possible!

Credits

I have to thanks Marco Minerva (@marcominerva, https://github.com/marcominerva) for the suggestion about the Async implementation in the HttpModule.

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