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KanBo Errors Reporting

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In certain scenarios you will approach errors showing up in KanBo. A following communicate will be visible in any view of KanBo.

You can choose to send this error to us or close the communicate - in this case, the error log won't be send to our support team and KanBo will reload.

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If you choose to send us the error, our support team will receive information about your KanBo, a person who approached the error as well as the error's log. 

All collected data is kept in our internal inbox and we don't share it publicly. The KanBo Error reporting feature's gives us a possilibity of getting the error log quickly and saves the time of a customer, since he or she doesn't have to copy and send the error log to our support team anymore.

This gives us a chance to respond to any encountered issue rapidly and to fix it.

This is an example of report which our support team receives to our internal inbox.

The Error Report

This is an example of report which our support team receives to our internal inbox.

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(This image shows an error report from our internal test account. We do not share any sensitive client data here).

An error report contains of:

  1. Error info section - containing an error's name (errors coming both from Frontend and Backend of KanBo) with it's full stack trace.
  2. Client info section - containing info of the address of KanBo page in which error occurred and User Agent data (about a browser used by the client to view KanBo).
  3. KanBo info section - containing information about your KanBo version, License name, expiration date and number of Kanbo users.
  4. IP address - this section contains an IP address of a customer which encountered the error.

How to remove KanBo error reporting functionality:

KanBo Error reporting functionality can be removed from KanBo installed in any of various installation models. 

You can remove the KanBo Error Reporting line from web.config while KanBo is already installed as well as when you intend to install KanBo for the first time (so before the web.config is uploaded into your Azure or your Virtual Machine in on premises installation model)..

1. Your Azure and Office 365 installation scenario (Cloud)

In Azure + Office 365 installation scenario, please simply go to the Kudu services (if your KanBo address is, please enter ). As a next step, please go to the Debug console -> Powershell -> Site -> wwwroot folder. Find the web.config file and start editing it.

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While editing the web.config, please find the line containing "ErrorReportingUrl".

Please clear the URL so it is blank and looks like that:

  <add key="ErrorReportingUrl" value="" />

Save these changes in the web.config.

2. Your Office 365 + Azure hosted by us (Cloud)

KanBo can be installed on your Office 365, but you in certain scenarios you won't have access to Azure - it's becouse we host the Azure backend part.

If you don't wish to have the KanBo Error reporting feature removed, please contact us at and we will remove the line from the web.config for you.

3. On premises installation scenario (SharePoint 2013/2016)

If KanBo is installed entirely on your premises, please enter a folder where all KanBo data is located. Enter the wwwroot folder and open the Web.config file in any text editor.

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While editing the web.config, please find the line containing "ErrorReportingUrl".

Please clear the URL so it is blank and looks like that:

  <add key="ErrorReportingUrl" value="" />

Save the change in your text editor.

Please contact us at with any questions or remarks.

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