Published: Apr 03 2007 / 03:23
Looks like marketing-speak with no substance, but I'm not going to give them my details so I can find out by running it.
Screenshots, sample dump files, etc., would make it seem less fake.
Not fake at all. Already running at VERY large organizations.
But, test and see for yourself. The evaluation is free!
I challenge you to test before you give your opinion. Download, test and then appologize publicly on this link!
> ...apologize publicly on this link!
Um, I'm afraid I have to agree with Ricky, this seems pretty useless to me. I mean, maybe the product is good, but promoting cool products is not what DZone is all about. Perhaps next time you could link to a technical article describing the nature of the product and how it actually works? Perhaps a case study describing how it's used in a production environment.
Please refer to FAQ link on www.cajoon.com for all you technical curiousity
Sorry if I have offended anyone.
In any event the usecase is clear. In today's world you have errors on your production site. You rely on users to report the error and then with their help a developer needs to recreate the error in the lab.
- Eliminates the dependency on users to report incidents
- Provides an instant 'lab recreation' served to the developer
Motorola, SAP and IBM (to name a few) already understand the value . . .
If anyone is skeptical as first commenter, I would invite them to the free evaluation. It works as advertised!! The download includes a very elaborate user manual with plenty of screenshots . . .
Snapshot file (extracted from production environment) is viewed via an IDE (e.g. Eclipse) visualizer and looks exactly like a debugger screen (as if there was a debugger in production precisely when the exception occurred)
Interesting FAQ section (http://www.cajoon.com/37416/FAQ) . . . if it works, it could be very useful . . .
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