It would be really useful if it was easier to find exceptions that have snapshots in app insights in the portal. Usually only a couple of exceptions per problem have a snapshot, but if there are quite a few of the same exception logged then it is hard to find them.2 votes
Application Insights Snapshot Debugging (with Snappoints, Logpoints, etc.) does not support Azure AppService WebJobs. This is documented at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/application-insights/app-insights-snapshot-debugger.
The idea (a challenge) is to add Live Snapshot Debugging support to WebJobs. My guess is Live Snapshot Debugging works with HTTP pipelines via some IIS Snap-In (or the design equivalent).
For WebJobs, I suggest looking at the WebJobsSDK and perhaps leveraging some sort of Dependency Injection in combination with Triggers (ServiceBus Triggers, EventHub Triggers, etc.) such that an "in debug" inbound message can be forked into a the Debuged-Process.2 votes
Customers want a single location to do logging, analytics and telemetry. We need better support for Windows Desktop Apps in Application Insights. This includes adding the Snapshot Debugger.2 votes
Add appropriate capabilities within Monitor to more easily debug ODBC connectivity and performance issues. Have been working with the Azure SQL Server support engineers since 10/31/2018 on support incident [REG:118103121002843] with no solution in sight. My ODBC connections succeed on local machine but fail on Azure.1 vote
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