Access Exceptionless in Excel


Events

  • List - Lists all Events.
  • In Organization - Lists all Events belonging to a specific Organization.
  • In Project - Lists all Events belonging to a specific Project.
  • In Stack - Lists all Events belonging to a specific Stack.
  • Lookup - Returns info about a specific Event.

Event Parameters

  • Sorting - Sort in descending or ascending according to the following options:
    • Created
    • Updated
    • Type
  • Filter - A filter that controls what data is returned from the server. For example: 'type:session'

Stacks

  • List - Lists all Stacks.
  • In Organization - Lists all Stacks belonging to a specific Organization.
  • In Project - Lists all Stacks belonging to a specific Project.
  • Lookup - Returns info about a specific Event.

Stacks Parameters

  • Sorting - Sort in descending or ascending according to the following options:
    • Occurances
    • Last Seen
    • Type
  • Filter - A filter that controls what data is returned from the server. For example: 'type:session'

Organizations

  • List - Lists all Organizations.
  • Lookup - Returns info about a specific Organization.

Projects

  • List - Lists all Projects.
  • Lookup - Returns info about a specific Project.
  • In Organization - Lists all Projects belonging to a specific Organization.

Sessions

  • List - Lists all Sessions.

Invoices

  • List - Lists all Invoices.

Users

  • In Organization - Lists all Users belonging to a specific Organization.
  • Me - Returns information about the current User.

Add from Manager

The Exceptionless Connector is available in the Connectors Manager in the top ribbon:

Head over to the Programming and install Exceptionless:

Get Token

To use the Exceptionless Connector you need a Token.


Contribute

This connector suite is open-sourced on GitHub.


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