Pivotal Tracker Integration
Airbrake now integrates with Pivotal Tracker
You require a Pivotal Tracker account. The quick summary is:
- You can pull errors from Airbrake into a Pivotal Tracker project as bugs utilizing Pivotal Tracker's "Integrations" feature
- Updates from Pivotal Tracker can be propagated back to Airbrake utilizing Pivotal Tracker's "Activity Web Hook" feature
NOTE: This feature isn't available for Heroku users. We're working with PivotalTracker to resolve this.
Adding exceptions as "bug" stories in Pivotal Tracker
1. Navigate to your Pivotal Tracker Project settings page
2. Under the "Integrations" tab, in the "External Tool Integrations" seciont, from the pull-down select on the right choose "Other"
3. Fill in the form with these values:
- Name: Airbrake - Basic Auth Username:
your airbrake login
password - Base URL:
Import API URL:
Where YOUR-SUBDOMAIN and YOUR-PROJECT_ID are both from Airbrake (you can find both from the URL when inspecting your project: https://YOUR-SUBDOMAIN.airbrake.io/projects/YOUR-PROJECT_ID/groups) - You can also add the following to the IMPORT API URL: -
show_resolved=true (shows only resolved errors) -
env=YOUR-ENVIRONMENT (per environment errors. Setting
env=all will show all environments)
- Click save
- Back on your Pivotal Tracker Project page, click on "More"
--> "Airbrake" to view new errors in their own panel.
Any activity for an Airbrake bug in Pivotal Tracker is reflected in the error's comments. Upon acceptance of a bug we will also resolve the linked error in Airbrake.
- Again, from you Pivotal Tracker Project page, click on
"Project" --> "Configure Integrations"
- Under the "Activity Web Hook" enter these values:
- Web Hook URL:
- API Version: v3.
- Web Hook URL:
- Click Save
You can find your Airbrake per-project API key in the "General settings" tab under the project edit dropdown menu.