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How to set up a reporting endpoint on your web app

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First thing you'll need is a Bucket. Buckets are where reports are stored and give you an extra level of organization. When you register an account on RepointHub, you'll be asked to create your first Bucket.

You can structure buckets in whichever way you like, but having one bucket per application per environment is common and highly recommended. This structure allows you to have all reports under a single account, while still giving a good segregation of different sources.

An example of how to organize buckets for a web application
An example of how to organize buckets for a web application.

After create at least one bucket, you'll see some instructions at the bottom of the page.

Instructions on how to set up reporting for a given bucket
Instructions on how to set up reporting for a given bucket.

In summary, all reports are configured on Response HTTP Headers, which means there is no JavaScript, Cookies or anything to worry about. There is also no performance impact on your web applications.

How do I set a Response HTTP Header?

It depends on your stack. But no matter what web framework ou web server you use, there is always a way to configure the HTTP Headers. Most frameworks recommend the use of custom Middleware to add HTTP Headers, while web services is usually just a file configuration.

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