Class: Raven::Instance

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/raven/instance.rb

Overview

A copy of Raven's base module class methods, minus some of the integration and global hooks since it's meant to be used explicitly. Useful for sending errors to multiple sentry projects in a large application.

Examples:

class Foo
  def initialize
    @other_raven = Raven::Instance.new
    @other_raven.configure do |config|
      config.server = 'http://...'
    end
  end

  def foo
    # ...
  rescue => e
    @other_raven.capture_exception(e)
  end
end

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(context = nil, config = nil) ⇒ Instance

Returns a new instance of Instance


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 28

def initialize(context = nil, config = nil)
  @context = @explicit_context = context
  self.configuration = config || Configuration.new
end

Instance Attribute Details

#clientObject

The client object is responsible for delivering formatted data to the Sentry server.


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 47

def client
  @client ||= Client.new(configuration)
end

#configurationObject

See Raven::Configuration.


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 26

def configuration
  @configuration
end

Instance Method Details

#annotate_exception(exc, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Provides extra context to the exception prior to it being handled by Raven. An exception can have multiple annotations, which are merged together.

The options (annotation) is treated the same as the “options“ parameter to “capture_exception“ or “Event.from_exception“, and can contain the same “:user“, “:tags“, etc. options as these methods.

These will be merged with the “options“ parameter to “Event.from_exception“ at the top of execution.

Examples:

begin
  raise "Hello"
rescue => exc
  Raven.annotate_exception(exc, :user => { 'id' => 1,
                           'email' => '[email protected]' })
end

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 159

def annotate_exception(exc, options = {})
  notes = (exc.instance_variable_defined?(:@__raven_context) && exc.instance_variable_get(:@__raven_context)) || {}
  Raven::Utils::DeepMergeHash.deep_merge!(notes, options)
  exc.instance_variable_set(:@__raven_context, notes)
  exc
end

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 205

def breadcrumbs
  BreadcrumbBuffer.current
end

#capture(options = {}) ⇒ Object

Capture and process any exceptions from the given block.

Examples:

Raven.capture do
  MyApp.run
end

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 90

def capture(options = {})
  if block_given?
    begin
      yield
    rescue Error
      raise # Don't capture Raven errors
    rescue Exception => e
      capture_type(e, options)
      raise
    end
  else
    install_at_exit_hook(options)
  end
end

#capture_type(obj, options = {}) ⇒ Object Also known as: capture_message, capture_exception


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 105

def capture_type(obj, options = {})
  unless configuration.capture_allowed?(obj)
    logger.debug("#{obj} excluded from capture: #{configuration.error_messages}")
    return false
  end

  message_or_exc = obj.is_a?(String) ? "message" : "exception"
  options[:configuration] = configuration
  options[:context] = context
  if (evt = Event.send("from_" + message_or_exc, obj, options))
    yield evt if block_given?
    if configuration.async?
      begin
        # We have to convert to a JSON-like hash, because background job
        # processors (esp ActiveJob) may not like weird types in the event hash
        configuration.async.call(evt.to_json_compatible)
      rescue => ex
        logger.error("async event sending failed: #{ex.message}")
        send_event(evt)
      end
    else
      send_event(evt)
    end
    Thread.current["sentry_#{object_id}_last_event_id".to_sym] = evt.id
    evt
  end
end

#configure {|configuration| ... } ⇒ Object

Call this method to modify defaults in your initializers.

Examples:

Raven.configure do |config|
  config.server = 'http://...'
end

Yields:


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 67

def configure
  yield(configuration) if block_given?

  self.client = Client.new(configuration)
  report_status
  client
end

#contextObject


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 33

def context
  if @explicit_context
    @context ||= Context.new
  else
    Context.current
  end
end

#extra_context(options = nil) ⇒ Object

Bind extra context. Merges with existing context (if any).

Extra context shows up as Additional Data within Sentry, and is completely arbitrary.

Examples:

Raven.extra_context('my_custom_data' => 'value')

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 195

def extra_context(options = nil)
  context.extra.merge!(options || {})
end

#last_event_idObject


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 136

def last_event_id
  Thread.current["sentry_#{object_id}_last_event_id".to_sym]
end

#loggerObject


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 41

def logger
  configuration.logger
end

#rack_context(env) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 199

def rack_context(env)
  env = nil if env.empty?

  context.rack_env = env
end

#report_statusObject

Tell the log that the client is good to go


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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 52

def report_status
  return if configuration.silence_ready
  if configuration.capture_allowed?
    logger.info "Raven #{VERSION} ready to catch errors"
  else
    logger.info "Raven #{VERSION} configured not to capture errors: #{configuration.error_messages}"
  end
end

#send_event(event) ⇒ Object

Send an event to the configured Sentry server

Examples:

evt = Raven::Event.new(:message => "An error")
Raven.send_event(evt)

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 80

def send_event(event)
  client.send_event(event)
end

#tags_context(options = nil) ⇒ Object

Bind tags context. Merges with existing context (if any).

Tags are key / value pairs which generally represent things like application version, environment, role, and server names.

Examples:

Raven.tags_context('my_custom_tag' => 'tag_value')

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 184

def tags_context(options = nil)
  context.tags.merge!(options || {})
end

#user_context(options = nil) ⇒ Object

Bind user context. Merges with existing context (if any).

It is recommending that you send at least the “id“ and “email“ values. All other values are arbitrary.

Examples:

Raven.user_context('id' => 1, 'email' => '[email protected]')

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# File 'lib/raven/instance.rb', line 173

def user_context(options = nil)
  context.user = options || {}
end