This page notes all enhancements and features that we have introduced to our major releases of the Axon Tracing Extension.
Contributor aupodogov provided an optimization in the OpenTraceHandlerInterceptor, by replace an orElse for orElseGet, in pull request #103.
We introduced a sample module that shows how to use this extension. You can find the module here.
Spring Boot ordering sometimes didn't wire the tracing gateways. To solve this, we enforced the ordering through an AutoConfigureBefore annotation on the TracingAutoConfiguration. We marked this under issue #105 and solved it in this pull request.
We refer to the 4.5 release notes for a complete list of all changes.
Pull request #78 introduces an enhancement for users of this extension. With the MessageTagBuilderService they have more configuration options for selecting the desired tags per message type.
When using Spring Boot, the gateway bean names this extension builds clashed with Axon Frameworks default CommandGateway and QueryGateway beans. Contributor guilhermeblanco marked this in issue #79, which we resolved in pull request #86.
You can find a list of all changes made in release 4.4 here.
Pull request #33 introduces tracing for scatter-gather and subscription queries. This introduction means that we can make a full release of the Axon Tracing Extension.
Traces for query messages now have tags included. We also introduced additional test cases to validate the entire process, as seen in this issue.
For a complete list of all changes, we refer to this page.
Release 4.2 - Milestone
We did not introduce any significant changes other than updating the extension to use Axon Framework release 4.2.
Note that this extension currently is in a milestone state. As such, users should consider we might introduce API changes in future releases.
Release 4.1 - Milestone
The constructors of the TracingCommandGateway and TracingQueryGateway are now protected, since issue #9. This change allows users to extend these classes if necessary.
As off issue #7, the spans now contain defaults operation names and tags.