Exceptionless.Net 6.0.0 Released

We are thrilled to announce the release of version 6 of the Exceptionless .NET client. Our team has been working to enhance the client’s out of the box functionality and clear out the entire backlog of feature requests and issues!

HTTP Header support #

We added the ability to automatically capture available HTTP Headers when gathering the Request Info!

Request Info Headers

The headers will be displayed on the events Request tab.

Logging Improvements #

We’ve made changes to all our logging targets like (E.G., NLog, Microsoft.Extensions.Logging, Serilog) to automatically configure the default log level to Trace via the ExceptionlessClient.Default.Configuration.SetDefaultMinLogLevel method. This method controls how we process log levels until we have server side dynamic log levels! Now users will see logs immediately on app startup when a logging provider is configured.

We’ve also updated NLog from version 4 to version 5! Bringing in many new enhancements to the logging provider through community contribution!

Breaking changes #

We had to introduce some necessary breaking changes around serialization. Rest assured, we’ve kept these breaking changes minimal and they should not effect anyone. For more information, please refer to the upgrade guide.

Upgrading #

Upgrading to the latest version of the Exceptionless .NET client is simple. Just update your NuGet package, and you’re good to go. As always, our documentation is available to help you with the upgrade process, and our support team is always here to answer any questions you may have.

We want to hear from you #

We are constantly working to improve our .NET client and provide the best error tracking and reporting experience for .NET developers.

The team at Exceptionless