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package opentracing
import (
// SpanContext represents Span state that must propagate to descendant Spans and across process
// boundaries (e.g., a <trace_id, span_id, sampled> tuple).
type SpanContext interface {
// ForeachBaggageItem grants access to all baggage items stored in the
// SpanContext.
// The handler function will be called for each baggage key/value pair.
// The ordering of items is not guaranteed.
// The bool return value indicates if the handler wants to continue iterating
// through the rest of the baggage items; for example if the handler is trying to
// find some baggage item by pattern matching the name, it can return false
// as soon as the item is found to stop further iterations.
ForeachBaggageItem(handler func(k, v string) bool)
// Span represents an active, un-finished span in the OpenTracing system.
// Spans are created by the Tracer interface.
type Span interface {
// Sets the end timestamp and finalizes Span state.
// With the exception of calls to Context() (which are always allowed),
// Finish() must be the last call made to any span instance, and to do
// otherwise leads to undefined behavior.
// FinishWithOptions is like Finish() but with explicit control over
// timestamps and log data.
FinishWithOptions(opts FinishOptions)
// Context() yields the SpanContext for this Span. Note that the return
// value of Context() is still valid after a call to Span.Finish(), as is
// a call to Span.Context() after a call to Span.Finish().
Context() SpanContext
// Sets or changes the operation name.
SetOperationName(operationName string) Span
// Adds a tag to the span.
// If there is a pre-existing tag set for `key`, it is overwritten.
// Tag values can be numeric types, strings, or bools. The behavior of
// other tag value types is undefined at the OpenTracing level. If a
// tracing system does not know how to handle a particular value type, it
// may ignore the tag, but shall not panic.
SetTag(key string, value interface{}) Span
// LogFields is an efficient and type-checked way to record key:value
// logging data about a Span, though the programming interface is a little
// more verbose than LogKV(). Here's an example:
// span.LogFields(
// log.String("event", "soft error"),
// log.String("type", "cache timeout"),
// log.Int("waited.millis", 1500))
// Also see Span.FinishWithOptions() and FinishOptions.BulkLogData.
LogFields(fields ...log.Field)
// LogKV is a concise, readable way to record key:value logging data about
// a Span, though unfortunately this also makes it less efficient and less
// type-safe than LogFields(). Here's an example:
// span.LogKV(
// "event", "soft error",
// "type", "cache timeout",
// "waited.millis", 1500)
// For LogKV (as opposed to LogFields()), the parameters must appear as
// key-value pairs, like
// span.LogKV(key1, val1, key2, val2, key3, val3, ...)
// The keys must all be strings. The values may be strings, numeric types,
// bools, Go error instances, or arbitrary structs.
// (Note to implementors: consider the log.InterleavedKVToFields() helper)
LogKV(alternatingKeyValues ...interface{})
// SetBaggageItem sets a key:value pair on this Span and its SpanContext
// that also propagates to descendants of this Span.
// SetBaggageItem() enables powerful functionality given a full-stack
// opentracing integration (e.g., arbitrary application data from a mobile
// app can make it, transparently, all the way into the depths of a storage
// system), and with it some powerful costs: use this feature with care.
// IMPORTANT NOTE #1: SetBaggageItem() will only propagate baggage items to
// *future* causal descendants of the associated Span.
// IMPORTANT NOTE #2: Use this thoughtfully and with care. Every key and
// value is copied into every local *and remote* child of the associated
// Span, and that can add up to a lot of network and cpu overhead.
// Returns a reference to this Span for chaining.
SetBaggageItem(restrictedKey, value string) Span
// Gets the value for a baggage item given its key. Returns the empty string
// if the value isn't found in this Span.
BaggageItem(restrictedKey string) string
// Provides access to the Tracer that created this Span.
Tracer() Tracer
// Deprecated: use LogFields or LogKV
LogEvent(event string)
// Deprecated: use LogFields or LogKV
LogEventWithPayload(event string, payload interface{})
// Deprecated: use LogFields or LogKV
Log(data LogData)
// LogRecord is data associated with a single Span log. Every LogRecord
// instance must specify at least one Field.
type LogRecord struct {
Timestamp time.Time
Fields []log.Field
// FinishOptions allows Span.FinishWithOptions callers to override the finish
// timestamp and provide log data via a bulk interface.
type FinishOptions struct {
// FinishTime overrides the Span's finish time, or implicitly becomes
// time.Now() if FinishTime.IsZero().
// FinishTime must resolve to a timestamp that's >= the Span's StartTime
// (per StartSpanOptions).
FinishTime time.Time
// LogRecords allows the caller to specify the contents of many LogFields()
// calls with a single slice. May be nil.
// None of the LogRecord.Timestamp values may be .IsZero() (i.e., they must
// be set explicitly). Also, they must be >= the Span's start timestamp and
// <= the FinishTime (or time.Now() if FinishTime.IsZero()). Otherwise the
// behavior of FinishWithOptions() is undefined.
// If specified, the caller hands off ownership of LogRecords at
// FinishWithOptions() invocation time.
// If specified, the (deprecated) BulkLogData must be nil or empty.
LogRecords []LogRecord
// BulkLogData is DEPRECATED.
BulkLogData []LogData
// LogData is DEPRECATED
type LogData struct {
Timestamp time.Time
Event string
Payload interface{}
// ToLogRecord converts a deprecated LogData to a non-deprecated LogRecord
func (ld *LogData) ToLogRecord() LogRecord {
var literalTimestamp time.Time
if ld.Timestamp.IsZero() {
literalTimestamp = time.Now()
} else {
literalTimestamp = ld.Timestamp
rval := LogRecord{
Timestamp: literalTimestamp,
if ld.Payload == nil {
rval.Fields = []log.Field{
log.String("event", ld.Event),
} else {
rval.Fields = []log.Field{
log.String("event", ld.Event),
log.Object("payload", ld.Payload),
return rval