Report Odoo errors to Sentry
This module allows painless Sentry integration with Odoo.
|sentry_dsn||Sentry Data Source Name. You can find this value in your Sentry project configuration. Typically it looks something like this: https://<public_key>:<secret_key>@sentry.example.com/<project id> This is the only required option in order to use the module.||''|
|sentry_enabled||Whether or not Sentry logging is enabled.||False|
|sentry_logging_level||The minimal logging level for which to send reports to Sentry. Possible values: notset, debug, info, warn, error, critical. It is recommended to have this set to at least warn, to avoid spamming yourself with Sentry events.||warn|
|sentry_exclude_loggers||A string of comma-separated logger names which should be excluded from Sentry.||werkzeug|
|sentry_ignored_exceptions||A string of comma-separated exceptions which should be ignored. You can use a star symbol (*) at the end, to ignore all exceptions from a module, eg.: odoo.exceptions.*.||odoo.exceptions.AccessDenied, odoo.exceptions.AccessError, odoo.exceptions.DeferredException, odoo.exceptions.MissingError, odoo.exceptions.RedirectWarning, odoo.exceptions.UserError, odoo.exceptions.ValidationError, odoo.exceptions.Warning, odoo.exceptions.except_orm|
|sentry_include_context||If enabled, additional context data will be extracted from current HTTP request and user session (if available). This has no effect for Cron jobs, as no request/session is available inside a Cron job.||True|
|sentry_release||Explicitly define a version to be sent as the release version to Sentry. Useful in conjuntion with Sentry’s “Resolve in the next release”-functionality. Also useful if your production deployment does not include any Git context from which a commit might be read. Overrides sentry_odoo_dir.|
|sentry_odoo_dir||Absolute path to your Odoo installation directory. This is optional and will only be used to extract the Odoo Git commit, which will be sent to Sentry, to allow to distinguish between Odoo updates. Overridden by sentry_release|
Other client arguments can be configured by prepending the argument name with sentry_ in your Odoo config file. Currently supported additional client arguments are: with_locals, max_breadcrumbs, release, environment, server_name, shutdown_timeout, in_app_include, in_app_exclude, default_integrations, dist, sample_rate, send_default_pii, http_proxy, https_proxy, request_bodies, debug, attach_stacktrace, ca_certs, propagate_traces, traces_sample_rate, auto_enabling_integrations.
Example Odoo configuration
Below is an example of Odoo configuration file with Odoo Sentry options:
[options] sentry_dsn = https://<public_key>:<secret_key>@sentry.example.com/<project id> sentry_enabled = true sentry_logging_level = warn sentry_exclude_loggers = werkzeug sentry_ignore_exceptions = odoo.exceptions.AccessDenied, odoo.exceptions.AccessError,odoo.exceptions.MissingError, odoo.exceptions.RedirectWarning,odoo.exceptions.UserError, odoo.exceptions.ValidationError,odoo.exceptions.Warning, odoo.exceptions.except_orm sentry_include_context = true sentry_environment = production sentry_release = 1.3.2 sentry_odoo_dir = /home/odoo/odoo/
Table of contents
The module can be installed just like any other Odoo module, by adding the module’s directory to Odoo addons_path. In order for the module to correctly wrap the Odoo WSGI application, it also needs to be loaded as a server-wide module. This can be done with the server_wide_modules parameter in your Odoo config file or with the --load command-line parameter.
This module additionally requires the sentry-sdk Python package to be available on the system. It can be installed using pip:
pip install sentry-sdk
The following additional configuration options can be added to your Odoo configuration file:
Once configured and installed, the module will report any logging event at and above the configured Sentry logging level, no additional actions are necessary.
- No database separation – This module functions by intercepting all Odoo logging records in a running Odoo process. This means that once installed in one database, it will intercept and report errors for all Odoo databases, which are used on that Odoo server.
- Frontend integration – In the future, it would be nice to add Odoo client-side error reporting to this module as well, by integrating raven-js. Additionally, Sentry user feedback form could be integrated into the Odoo client error dialog window to allow users shortly describe what they were doing when things went wrong.
Bugs are tracked on GitHub Issues. In case of trouble, please check there if your issue has already been reported. If you spotted it first, help us smashing it by providing a detailed and welcomed feedback.
Do not contact contributors directly about support or help with technical issues.
This module is maintained by the OCA.
OCA, or the Odoo Community Association, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the collaborative development of Odoo features and promote its widespread use.
This module is part of the OCA/server-tools project on GitHub.
You are welcome to contribute. To learn how please visit https://odoo-community.org/page/Contribute.
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