|Re: [recommenders-dev] Enabling Error Reporting in TACIT|
that document is quite ancient :-) For future references use  as a starting point.
Sure, but it depends on your exact setup and how youâd like to use the error reporting.
A few more questions first: Can your plug-ins be installed into any Eclipse IDE or must it run as a standalone RCP application?
If it can be installed into the Eclipse IDE, then  describes how to register your code to receive error reports. If itâs a standalone RCP application you need to write your own client (it might be headless or a ui client - depending on your needs). In any case, you may find the AERI webinar  helpful too. It also makes a difference if its an E4-based RCP app or an E3 based app. Maybe you can share a download link with me so that I can have a look.
Next thing is to decide how you want to send error reports. Do you want to send them by email to your support team or to some server via HTTP/REST calls? Everything is possible and up to you. If you need a server, you may reuse existing solutions like Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting SaaS  (the same system that drives eclipse.org) or implement your own service that satisfies your special needs.
Let me know what exactly you are looking for/need and I can provide you with more information.
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