Self-diagnose and solve problems in Azure Spring Apps


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This article applies to: ✔️ Java ✔️ C#

This article applies to: ✔️ Basic/Standard tier ✔️ Enterprise tier

This article shows you how to use Azure Spring Apps diagnostics.

Azure Spring Apps diagnostics is an interactive experience to troubleshoot your app without configuration. Azure Spring Apps diagnostics identifies problems and guides you to information that helps troubleshoot and resolve issues.


To complete this exercise, you need:

  1. Sign in to the Azure portal.
  2. Go to your Azure Spring Apps Overview page.
  3. Select Diagnose and solve problems in the left navigation pane.

Diagnose, solve dialog

Search logged issues

To find an issue, you can either search by typing a keyword or select the solution group to explore all in that category.

Search issues

Selection of Config Server Health Check, Config Server Health Status, or Config Server Update History will display various results.


Spring Cloud Config Server is not applicable to enterprise tier.

Issues options

Find your target detector, and select it to execute. A summary of diagnostics will be shown after you execute the detector. You can select View Full Report to check diagnostic details or select Show Tile Menu button to go back to detector list.

Summary diagnostics

In diagnostic details page, you can change the diagnostic time range with the controller at top-right corner. To see more metrics or logs, toggle each diagnostic. There can be a 15-minute delay for metrics and logs.

Diagnostics details

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Related details

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