How to install Sentry on the Back-end (NodeJS)

With the upcoming update you can have in your custom route next to exports.handler an exports.before and exports.after where the before is like the handler and comes before the generated routes and the after comes after all the routes are generated.

So code would become like:

const Sentry = require('@sentry/node');

exports.before = function(app) {
  Sentry.init({ dsn: "CHANGE_ME" });
  app.use(Sentry.Handlers.requestHandler());
};

exports.after = function(app) {
  app.use(Sentry.Handlers.errorHandler());
};

Save this to extensions/server_connect/routes/sentry.js.

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@patrick Thanks!!!

Implemented in Wappler 3.9.5