[Chicago] Web Frameworks?
carl at personnelware.com
Fri Aug 17 23:52:14 CEST 2007
Christopher Allan Webber wrote:
> Hey Massimo. Glad to hear from you again. I remember having a C++
> class with you some time back.. was quite good.
> Now... on to details...
>> And I do not want that when they turn off debug the administrator
>> has no way to check whether a user has an error. I am just asking
>> for a built-in ticketing number. This should be easy for Django
>> since Django already has an excellent administrative interface.
> False). I'm not sure what you mean by "ticketing".. are you
> suggesting that instead these errors be stored in the database, and
> there be a page to view them from the admin page?
> In some ways I think that's a neat idea. On the other hand, one error
> that throws a lot of exceptions could lead to a lot of nasty extra
> data in the database. There was an error here at work not too long
> ago that was sending about ten error emails a minute to one of the
> project managers before I got to it. Wasn't so hard to delete them
> from her inbox once the issue was resolved, but an admin page might be
> more of a pain.
I am sure once it happened to the right person, you would soon see an option
"Delete all entries like current entry" or something to manage the problem.
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