When writing guidance to help to troubleshoot specific errors, the error must include:
Error Description: To describe the error very briefly so that users can search for it easily.
Symptom: To describe the error in a way that helps users to diagnose their issue. Include error messages or anything else users might see if they encounter this error.
Explanation (or cause): To inform users about why they are seeing this error. This can be omitted if the cause of the error is unknown.
Solution: To inform the user about how to fix the error.
Example Troubleshooting Table¶
| Error Description |
| Symptom | During the event something breaks. |
| Cause | The thing is broken. |
| Solution | To solve this issue, do the following:
2. That. |