Tracking the deployments you run via CircleCI will allow you to see new errors for each deployment, determine the deployment that is suspected to have caused each error, and automatically resolve errors that were fixed in each deployment. You can read more examples in our blog Tracking errors after deployments with Rollbar and CircleCI.
- Log into your CircleCI account dashboard.
- Setup your project repository.
- CircleCI looks for configuration in a folder named .circleci under the project directory. It should contain a file named config.yml
- Add the deployment command in config.yml. For example
- run: name: Deploy to S3 command: | aws --region us-east-2 s3 sync dist s3://rollbar-example/ --delete --acl public-read
- Insert the below Rollbar deployment notification after the deployment script. Make sure to replace the example variables with your own access token, username, etc.
- run: name: Deployment notification to Rollbar command: | # Deployment script … # Notify rollbar curl https://api.rollbar.com/api/1/deploy/ \ -F access_token='ACCESS-TOKEN' \ -F environment=production \ -F revision=$CIRCLE_SHA1 \ -F rollbar_username=RollbarExample \ -F local_username=$CIRCLE_USERNAME \ -F comment='Deploy with bug'
For details of the
/deploy/ endpoint, see Report a deploy.
In order to upload the Upload a JS source map at time of deployment, you need to add the Rollbar source map API call before the deployment script in the CircleCI config file. You should also set the code_version in your Rollbar configuration. Learn more about this by reading our CircleCI blog Automatically identify which code changes caused errors.
- run: name: Upload sourcemap to Rollbar command: | curl https://api.rollbar.com/api/1/sourcemap/ \ -F access_token='SERVER-ACCESS-TOKEN' \ -F version=$CIRCLE_SHA1 \ -F minified_url=https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/rollbar-example/ main.[hash].bundle.js \ -F source_map=main.[hash].bundle.js.map \ -F main.js=main.[hash].js
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Updated about 2 months ago