A simple logger for Toto
This library standardizes the way that toto microservices will log information.
Logs in toto have the following structure:
> [correlationID] - [logType] - [logLevel] - Message
correlationIDshould be always present for apis and reactive microservices and is the identifier that can be used to track the flow of data through sync and async calls
logTypeis the type of log. The following log types are accepted:
api-in- reserved - to be used only when receiving an API call. This log type must be used only once and only at the moment the API call is received: it shouldn't be used for subsequent log entries. It is only used to record the fact that an API call has been received!
api-out- reserved - to be used only when making an outbound API call.
event-in- reserved - to be used only when receiving an Event. Same logic applies as for the
event-out- reserved - to be used only when publishing an Event. Same logic applies as for the
compute- can be used for any log happening during the computation that results from the receiving an event or an api call.
logLevelis the level of the log. Should only be:
debug- only used for debugging purposes
info- used for standard info logging
warn- used to log warnings
error- used to log errors
How to use it
from TotoLogger import TotoLogger logger = TotoLogger()
Log, based on the type of log
logger.api_in(correlation_id, method, path); logger.api_out(correlation_id, microservice, method, path); logger.event_in(correlation_id, topic); logger.event_out(correlation_id, topic); logger.compute(correlation_id, message, log_level);
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