Debugging Tools

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When integrating Gigya's features, we advise using the following tools to assist in the development process:

Fiddler Web Debugger

A third party tool (by Eric Lawrence, www.fiddler2.com). Fiddler is an HTTP debugging proxy that logs all HTTP traffic between your computer and the Internet. Fiddler enables you to inspect all HTTP traffic (incoming and outgoing data). Learn more here.

Charles Web Debugger

A third party tool (by Karl von Randow, www.charlesproxy.com). Charles is an HTTP debugger that logs and inspects HTTP traffic between your computer and the internet. It is compatible with Windows, OS X and Linux. Learn more here.

Server Response Log

If you are using one of Gigya's SDKs then we encourage printing error logs into a log file: 

Invalid License

License is not configured.

 

$response = $request->send(); // receiving response
if($response->getErrorCode()!=0) // checking for error
{	// Error!
	error_log($response->getLog());  // write the Gigya's response log into the log file
}

 

GSResponse response = request.send(); // receiving response
if(response.getErrorCode() != 0) // checking for error
{  // Error  
      System.out.println(response.getLog());  
} 

 

	GSResponse response = request.Send(); // receiving response
if(response.GetErrorCode()!=0) // checking for error
{  // Error
	Console.WriteLine("Got error: {0}", response.GetLog());
}

 

 

 

To learn more, please refer to the guide and reference of the specific SDK.

 

Error Codes and Messages

Please refer to our Table of Response Codes and Messages for details about each error.

 

Watch an Instructional Video

If you have a Gigya Academy membership, you can watch instructional videos about this and other Gigya products. To access Gigya Academy content, you should first make sure you are logged into the Gigya Console

Gigya Academy is a premium product that requires separate activation. If it is not part of your site package, please contact your Account Manager or contact us by filling in a support form on our site. You can also access the support page by clicking "Support" on the upper menu of Gigya's site.

To watch a video about debugging tools, Gigya Academy members can use this link.

 

Contact Us

Last, you are always welcome to contact your Gigya Account Manager or contact us by filling in a support form on our site. In order for us to address the problem efficiently, please provide us with the following data:

  • Fiddler capture
  • Server response log (for server side errors)