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Hi folks. We use open-census java lib and need to integrate with upstream systems that don't use tracing. But these systems send us messages with info about when they started/finished processing (in the past).
Is it possible to create "backdated spans" and manually set StartTime and EndTime in the past? I noticed that Span uses Clock object, but it seems that it isn't exposed.
I've got some major confusions about how to use opencensus in typescript. Almost every example I follow doesn't seem to work for me. I'm using Yarn and electron in the browser context. For example, I want to just confirm this is working with opencensus/nodejs-base so ive done:
yarn add @opencensus/nodejs-base
and following from the docs:
It says to use
(assuming the implication is to do: import * as tracing from '@opencensus/nodejs-base'; like for regular @opencensus/nodejs)
and that tracing type comes back and does not have a tracer, tracing in this context is a TraceBase. What am I doing wrong?
Hello, I want to be able to write custom exporters for OpenCensus in Python because I want to send metrics from Python 2.x services to a backend that's not currently listed here:
I see that there's documentation available to write custom exporters in other languages (Go, Java etc...). Looking for some suggestions/examples of how to write one in Python.
GET /v1/users/123-- would there be cardinality issues when using the third option)? Also, is there any good documentation on OpenCensus best practices ?