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Java Unique Exception Extractor

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Utility to extract unique java exceptions

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Scans all the logs at defined location and extracts ONLY the unique exceptions.
Can be set to auto-fire mode, where the script keeps on firing itself to collect more unique exceptions in logs, after configurable time.
Can be set to collect certain exceptions only (e.g, NullPointerException, SQLException etc.)
Can be set to skip certain exceptions (e.g, MissingResourceException, BusinessException etc.)
Cab be configured to catch certain word-list only (having a common prefix). For example, if CATCH_ONLY_WORD prefix is “STORE:” and list is set to “02819”, “00021”,”05607” then only exceptions with string “STORE:02819”, “STORE: 00021”, “STORE: 05607” can be collected, rest ‘STOREs’ will be ignored.
Can be set to scan a location at remote server or a location at local server itself.
Can be easily integrated with the server-startup script or can be deployed as an individual utility.

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Intended Audience

Developers, Auditors, Testers, Management

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon), Console/Terminal

Programming Language

Unix Shell, Perl

Registered

2012-02-23

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