Problems are code base errors captured by the Treblle SDK. When Treblle captures an error we will show it in the problems tab of a project
Treblle captures both codebase errors and non-codebase errors for example, Treblle can check misspelling that might cause problems in your API documentations.
When Treblle notice something that is not normal for like you were having an average load time of 50ms and after a while you start getting a load time of 500ms, Treblle will create a new problem in the problems tab to let you know of this change.
You can see at a glance the following information about a problem:
- The HTTP method of the problem (if applicable)
- The problem severity level
- The number of occurrences of that problem in your project
- The status of the problem - closed or open
A problem in Treblle can have one of the following severity:
Close a problem
If you want to close a problem in the Problems tab, click on the dropdown menu in the top-right corner of the problem and click on Mark as closed. A confirmation modal will appear for you to click on Confirm if you want to proceed.
You can filter the endpoints in the Problems tab of a project by clicking on the Filter button to access the filters drawer for endpoints.
In the filters drawer, you filter endpoints by:
- Is resolved: either, yes or no
- HTTP method
Click on the Filter button to apply the filters you selected.