reports about IDE's fatal errors - where do they go after i submit them?

Is there a life after "Submit report to JetBrains"+"Submitted as nnnnnn"?

The http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issues/IDEA?q=type%3A{Auto-reported+Exception}+ displays only 6 "auto-reported" issues at the time of this post, and anyway Idea displays some 6-digit identifier when successfylly submiting an error/exception from inside the Idea, while youtrack issue numbers are still 5-digits long.
And release notes do not contain them too.

Is it possible to see a list of such submitted errors/exceptions of only to satisfy one's curiosity? :)

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yes, you can go here:

http://ea.jetbrains.com/browser/

login with your jetbrains account and you can see all exceptions you've submited and their status.

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Thank you, did not know about that page as there are no easyly visible links to it from anywhere on http://devnet.jetbrains.net

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Is it just supposed to show open items?






I have submitted loads over the years but all I see is:

Reports Submitted by You


No reports found

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I think they changed something (probably did tracker cleanup). It used to contain all stacktraces submited, in my case there were several pages, right now, it contains only items I've submited last month or so, that are unresolved....4 or 5 items. Maybe someone from jetbrains can shed some light on this...

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