Kibana version : 7.6.2
Elasticsearch version : 7.6.2
APM Server version : 7.6.2
APM Agent language and version :
@elastic/apm-rum-angular 1.1.1. Angular 9.1.0
Browser version : Firefox 76.0b8
Original install method (e.g. download page, yum, deb, from source, etc.) and version : Used the Angular Integration instructions
However whenever an HTTP error occurs, for example sending a GET request to an endpoint that doesn't exists (404), the Payload error property shows up as empty. Is this normal ?
Because of the above I created an Angular HTTP Interceptor and whenever an HTTP error occurs, manually call
captureError to send an error to APM/Kibana. But this has it's own problems, it lacks several important indexes, such as the type of HTTP error. See this post.
Anyone know why this is happening?