Flurry events not showing up at all Flurry events not showing up at all ios ios

Flurry events not showing up at all


In addition to the setup, it is crucial to understand how Flurry logs the events. Thanks to some of the comments, I ran some tests in debug mode. You turn it on via:

[Flurry setDebugLogEnabled:YES];

When my app launches, it sets up the user id and some pageView logging. Here is the log output:

    2013-05-27 12:19:00.636 MyApp[8492:907] Flurry: Starting session on Agent Version [115]     2013-05-27 12:19:00.659 MyApp[8492:907] Flurry: setUserID[<cut>]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.684 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Add session with startTime[2013-05-27 15:46:22 +0000] to saved sessions    2013-05-27 12:19:00.704 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Add crashed former session    2013-05-27 12:19:00.713 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Event logging enabled[1]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.714 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Session reports on close enabled[1]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.715 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Session reports on pause enabled[0]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.716 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Crash reporting enabled[0]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.717 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: set pushToken [(null)], _pushToken = [(null)]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.719 MyApp[8492:907] FlurryPageViewDelegate: delegate[(null)] created    2013-05-27 12:19:00.720 MyApp[8492:907] FlurryPageViewDelegate: delegate[(null)] created    2013-05-27 12:19:00.736 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Initialized session from scratch with startTime[2013-05-27 16:19:00 +0000]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.737 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Created active session with API[<cut>]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.738 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Session reports on close enabled[1]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.739 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Session reports on pause enabled[1]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.740 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Event logging enabled[1]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.741 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Crash reporting enabled[0]    2013-05-27 12:19:00.742 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Sending sessions to server, include current NO    2013-05-27 12:19:00.763 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Initial timestamp[2013-02-20 00:46:06 +0000] from saved source    2013-05-27 12:19:00.780 MyApp[8492:907] FlurryPageViewDelegate: delegate[(null)] created    2013-05-27 12:19:01.192 MyApp[8492:120b] Flurry: start background task    2013-05-27 12:19:01.202 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Scheduled send 1 session(s).    2013-05-27 12:19:01.215 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: Set userID[<cut>]    2013-05-27 12:19:01.217 MyApp[8492:120b] FlurrySession: dealloc session    2013-05-27 12:19:04.857 MyApp[8492:907] FlurrySession: networkStatusChanged to  reachable    2013-05-27 12:19:05.616 MyApp[8492:907] Flurry: HTTP connection delegate received response[<NSHTTPURLResponse: 0x1c5a1310>]    2013-05-27 12:19:05.624 MyApp[8492:7f03] FlurrySession: async http response code: 200, id [D1038462-66E2-48AE-8304-83A24B0E26EB]    2013-05-27 12:19:05.634 MyApp[8492:7f03] Flurry: stop background task

Flurry did send the initial session setup automatically, so you will see the sessions on your analytics page (section above, async http response code: 200 is success). You will notice it says the Add crashed former session. This is because I clicked Stop in XCode and killed the app. This did not allow Flurry to log any events! It shows the event logged, but no send session scheduled:

    2013-05-27 12:19:41.184 MyApp[8492:aa07] FlurrySession: Recording event eventName[Doc Save] with parameters[{myparams = "xyz";    }] complete

You need to click the Home button first on the device to cause Flurry to actually send the logged event. Once you click Home, you will see this in the log:

    2013-05-27 12:21:15.884 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: Pause session with pauseTime[2013-05-27 16:21:15 +0000]    2013-05-27 12:21:15.885 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: Finish session with endTime[2013-05-27 16:21:15 +0000]    2013-05-27 12:21:15.887 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: ending all unterminated timed events with _endTime[2013-05-27 16:21:15 +0000]...    2013-05-27 12:21:15.890 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: ...finished ending un-ended timed events.    2013-05-27 12:21:15.891 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: Sending sessions to server, include current YES    2013-05-27 12:21:15.900 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: Initial timestamp[2013-02-20 00:46:06 +0000] from saved source    2013-05-27 12:21:15.914 MyApp[8492:a30f] Flurry: start background task    2013-05-27 12:21:15.919 MyApp[8492:a30f] FlurrySession: Scheduled send 1 session(s).    2013-05-27 12:21:16.729 MyApp[8492:907] Flurry: HTTP connection delegate received response[<NSHTTPURLResponse: 0x1c5ac0b0>]    2013-05-27 12:21:17.090 MyApp[8492:9c0b] FlurrySession: async http response code: 200, id [BB7CE5C1-D9C4-412F-9A41-6A838174B8FC]    2013-05-27 12:21:17.293 MyApp[8492:9c0b] Flurry: stop background task

Then you can kill the app with Stop in XCode


I think you are referring to FlurryAnalytics when you say Flurry Events.

OPTION-1:

Please cross check you key and whether you have integrated the latest Flury SDK version for iOS.

OPTION-2:

Please do verify whether you have properly referenced FlurryAnalytics.h and libFlurryAnalytics.a

Also check whether you have added libFlurryAnalytics.a to your Link Binaries to Libraries in your Target Settings

OPTION-3:

Try to login to its website with your login credentials and wait for some more hours.

Moreover, it is not real time service as far as I know. It roughly takes 6-8 hours to show the logged results.

Otherwise you need to contact Flurry Analytics guys as it is really a simple API and there cannot be much of problems that developers could have caused

Hope this helps you.


If you are using any of backgroundModes you must set:

[Flurry setBackgroundSessionEnabled:NO];

Explanation and description:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/17840667/1041311


matomo