.NET

.NET error logging with Rollbar

Instantly know when .NET errors occur and how to fix them

Get exception & crash reports in real-time.
Track & debug bugs in record time.

Real-time error reporting

.NET errors are tracked by Rollbar instantly as they occur. Get notified of errors and how to fix them throughout the software development process.

Similar errors are automatically grouped using Rollbar's fingerprinting technology to reduce noise, and all errors include detailed data to help you assess impact and assign priority.

Real-time .NET error reporting

Error details & metadata

Rollbar automatically collects all the data you need to replicate and debug an error, presented in ways optimized for debugging speed.

Get stack traces, request parameters, local variables, affected users and IP addresses, browsers and OSes, deployed code versions, and more.

.NET Error details & metadata

Telemetry for faster debugging

With Telemetry, you can debug client-side .NET errors faster. It works like a black box recorder, but for errors.

Get a timeline of browser events leading up to when the error occurred, including page loads, user actions, network activity, console logs, and more.

Debug client-side .NET errors faster with telemetry

Works with your stack

Rollbar supports all popular languages and frameworks.

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Fits into your workflow

Integrations with tools you're already using.

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There are so many emotional pains developers and operators have from all kinds of hideous errors they have shipped. What if you could make that go away? That’s what Rollbar does.

Rob ZuberCTO
Rob Zuber

Quick setup with our lightweight & open source SDK

Rollbar SDK for .NET

A .NET Rollbar Client that can be used in any application built on the following .NET versions: .NET Core 2.0+, .NET Standard 2.0+, and .NET Full Framework 4.5+.

Install Nuget Package Manager: Install-Package Rollbar

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The SDK is designed to have as little impact on the hosting system or application as possible. It takes an async "fire and forget" approach to logging.

Normally, you want to use fully asynchronous logging, since it has virtually no instrumentational overhead on your application execution performance at runtime (especially when running on a multi-core/multi-processor system)...