We’re using the raven library to send exceptions generated from Python code to Sentry. The return value of the captureException() method is a client-generated id. I would like to use this ID to generate a Sentry dashboard URL linking to the related Sentry issue, but I’m not sure how. For instance, one recent exception I captured has the following characteristics:
When we visit the above URL, it clearly lists event_id as being a kind of clickable, unique identifier for the issue. However, the link itself doesn’t seem to use that same key.
Is there a URL structure exposed that will automatically redirect from, for example, https:||sentry.io|events|d10be0c7e6aa450cbb5127e8249921f3 to https:||sentry.io|||issues|579522194| ?
Is there some other way to generate and log a clickable URL on the event sender’s side? Is it a limitation of the raven Python client, which does not appear to store or return any data that results from sending the event to Sentry’s servers?