[UWP]Crashs UWP From Windows Store - Analyse RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi people, 

    I have one problem and i nto foun any way to resolve that.
    I have an application UWP in Microsoft store, and report generated by store have many occurrences of crash, dump, etc...

    Between them, "MISSING_DUMP_80000003_{Appname_VersionofApp_Architecture}!Unknown", "APPLICATION_FAULT_2154c_{MyProjectStartupName}.dll!Unknown" and "FINALIZER_35730_{MyProjectStartupName}.dll!Unknown"

    Someone help me how I can analyze this data/events/problems?

    Thanks in advance

    Thursday, April 7, 2016 12:09 PM


  • Hi fipcurren,

    >>'"MISSING_DUMP_80000003_{Appname_VersionofApp_Architecture}!Unknown", "APPLICATION_FAULT_2154c_{MyProjectStartupName}.dll!Unknown" and "FINALIZER_35730_{MyProjectStartupName}.dll!Unknown"'

    If I do not misunderstand you, the data is from dashboard in windows dev center.
    There is an article about "Crash analysis in the unified Dev Center" which include the following text, the link is https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2015/07/13/crash-analysis-in-the-unified-dev-center/

        • Data Export (shown below) – two reports available to analyze logs:
        • Health: crashes and events: counts how many events happened of each type of failure
        • Health: failure log: provides the details for the distinct types of failure, as well as the stack traces


        Debugging your apps
        Dev Center now provides more tools to help debug and optimize your apps across all platforms. One recommendation to get started with debugging in the new Dev Center is to go to your app, then open Analytics, then Health:

        1. Filter the page by Package Version (in the top of the page), to find the latest crashes
        2. Filter the trend graph by OS version and market to narrow down issues
        3. Review the breakout charts to determine if the issue corresponds to a particular OS version or device characteristics
        4. Once you have narrowed the issue to a particular version of the app, OS or device, go to the Failure Log to view stack traces and diagnose the possible source of the issue

        You can also do the same using the two export reports: crashes and failure log.

        If I have misunderstood you, please feel free to let me know.

        Best Regards,


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    Friday, April 8, 2016 2:58 AM