Squish tip of the week: Error debugging with StackTrace
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Checkout the latest Squish Tip of the Week on our blog: Error debugging with StackTrace
A StackTrace is a very helpful debugging tool. It shows you the call stack (meaning, the stack of functions that were called up to that point) at the time an uncaught exception was thrown or the time the stacktrace was generated manually. This is very useful because it doesn’t only show you where the error happened, but also how the program ended up in that place of the code.
In other words, a stack trace allows tracking the sequence of nested functions called up to the point where the stack trace is generated. In a post-mortem scenario this extends up to the function where the failure occurred but was not necessarily caused. More...
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