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apollo-link-tracer

1.0.26 • Public • Published

Apollo Link Tracer

Trace your apollo queries and mutations with apollo-link.

Relies on @convoy/tracer.

Getting started

npm install apollo-link-tracer --save
import ApolloLinkTracer from 'apollo-link-tracer';
import { Reporter } from '@convoy/tracer';
 
const apiReporter = new Reporter({
  flushHandler: async (timings, traces) => {
    // Report traces to API
  },
});
 
new ApolloClient({
  link: ApolloLink.from([
    new ApolloLinkTracer({
      service: 'my-service',
      tracerConfig: {
        reporter: apiReporter,
        fullTraceSampleRate: 1,
      },
      name: 'apollo-link',
    }),
 
    new ApolloLink((operation, forward) => {
      const { tracer } = operation.getContext().tracer;
      const requestId = tracer.getTraceId();
 
      operation.setContext({
        headers: {
          'x-req-id': requestId,
        },
      });
 
      return forward(operation);
    }),
 
    new RetryLink(retryOptions),
 
    new ApolloLinkTracer({
      service: 'my-service',
      tracerConfig: {
        reporter: apiReporter,
        fullTraceSampleRate: 1,
      },
      name: 'apollo-link-retry',
    }),
 
    new HttpLink({ uri, fetch }),
  ]),
});

Applying apollo-link-tracer both before and after the retry link lets you separately measure each retry, but provides a single trace across all of them.

A Tracer object is added to the operation context, which can then be used to pass a trace id to the HTTP headers to support cross service tracing.

Advanced options

On a per GQL request basis you can alter how the trace is captured.

api.mutate({
  mutation,
  variables,
  context: {
    tracerConfig: {
      fullTraceSampleRate: 1 / 20,
    },
    traceService: 'my-service',
    traceName: 'apollo-link-mutate',
    traceResource: 'getSomething',
    avoidTrace: false, // If true, skips tracing
  },
});

Filtering Sensitive Variables

To avoid reporting the contents of sensitive variables, you can specify variable filters.

new ApolloLinkTracer({
  service: 'my-service',
  tracerConfig: {
    reporter: apiReporter,
    fullTraceSampleRate: 1,
  },
  name: 'apollo-link-retry',
  variableFilters: ['password', /secret.*sauce/],
}),

Variable filters can be either string matches or regular expressions. Any variables whose names match these filters will have their values filtered out, e.g.

{ username: 'bob', password: 'hunter2', secret_hot_sauce: 'sri racha'}

becomes

{ username: 'bob', password: '<filtered>', secret_hot_sauce: '<filtered>'}

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install

npm i apollo-link-tracer

Downloadsweekly downloads

150

version

1.0.26

license

Apache-2.0

homepage

github.com

repository

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