Tracing Module 1.0 Reference

Tracing module enables you to enhance your logs by adding, removing, and clearing variables from the logging context for a given Mule event. It also enables you to modify the correlation ID during flow execution.

Configurations


Default Configuration

Default configuration

Parameters

Name Type Description Default Value Required

Name

String

The name for this configuration. Connectors reference the configuration with this name.

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Operations

Clear Logging Variables

<clear-logging-variables>

Clears all the logging variables from the event logging context. This operation does not remove the correlation ID nor the current event processor because those variables are managed by Mule runtime engine.

Parameters

Name Type Description Default Value Required

Name

String

Display name for the operation

Remove Logging Variables

<remove-logging-variable>

Removes a variable from the event logging context.

Parameters

Name Type Description Default Value Required

Name

String

Display name for the operation.

Variable name

String

Name of the variable to remove.

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Set Logging Variables

<set-logging-variable>

Sets a new logging variable and its value. The new variable is present in the next operation execution for the event.

Parameters

Name Type Description Default Value Required

Name

String

Display name for the operation.

Variable name

String

Name of the variable to log.

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Value

String

Value to assign to the variable. Accepts DataWeave expressions.

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Scopes

With CorrelationID

<with-correlation-id>

Scope that creates a process where the inner chain modifies the current correlation ID in the event flow. After the process finishes its execution, the correlation ID returns to the previous ID.

Parameters

Name Type Description Default Value Required

Name

String

Display name for the scope

Correlation id

String

Set a custom correlation ID.

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Target Variable

String

Name of the variable that stores the operation’s output.

Target Value

String

Expression that evaluates the operation’s output. The expression outcome is stored in the target variable.

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