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=encoding utf8

=head1 NAME

DBIx::OpenTracing - automatically create OpenTracing spans around DBI queries

=head1 VERSION

v0.0.9

=head1 SYNOPSIS

    use DBI;
    use DBIx::OpenTracing;
    
    # use DBI as usual
    my $dbh = DBI->connect(...);
    $dbh->do(...);

    DBIx::OpenTracing->disable();
    $dbh->do($secret_query);
    DBIx::OpenTracing->enable();

    sub process_secrets {
        DBIx::OpenTracing->suspend();
        ...
    }

=head1 DESCRIPTION

This module overrides L<DBI> methods to create spans around all queries.
It will also try to extract information like the query SQL and the number
of rows returned. L<OpenTracing::GlobalTracer> is used to accomplish this,
so make sure you set your tracer there.

Spans created by this module will be named after the L<DBI> method they
wrap and prefixed with "dbi_", a call to C<$dbh->execute()> would produce
a span called "dbi_execute". Note that the span method name may differ
from the one used in your code, since many methods are simply wrappers
around others. The following tags will be added to each span (if possible)
in accordance with
L<OpenTracing conventions|https://opentracing.io/specification/conventions/>:

=over 4

=item * db.type - always set to "sql"

=item * db.instance - the database name

=item * db.user - the user associated with the handle (not always available)

=item * db.statement - the query SQL (with comments removed)

=item * db.statement_summary - the statement type and main affected table, for ex. "SELECT: users"

=item * db.rows - the number of rows affected (not always available)

=item * error - will be set to true if the query failed

=back

=head1 IMPORT ARGUMENTS

It's possible to pick a default tag selection with an import argument.
The following are supported:

=over 4

=item -none

no tags by default, can be shown with L<show_tags>

=item -safe

no tags which could contain sensitive data (SQL statement, bind values, username and db),
can be shown with L<show_tags>

=item -secure

hide the same tags as L<-safe> but it's not possible to show them in any way

=back

=head1 METHODS

=head2 disable

You can call C<< DBIx::OpenTracing->disable >> to turn off all of this modules
functionality. It can be re-enabled later with L<enable>.

=head2 enable

Enable the module features again after being disabled. It's safe to call
this multiple times.

=head2 disable_temporarily

Disable the module until the end of current scope.

=head2 enable_temporarily

Enable the module until the end of current scope.

=head2 suspend

Similarly to L<disable_temporarily>, will disable the module until
the end of current scope. However, until that scope is over,
calls to L<enable> and L<enable_temprarily> will be ignored.
Use this if you want to make sure absolutely nothing is traced within
the scope, regardless of what any called functions are doing.

=head2 hide_tags

Will cause all the specified tags to be skipped when creating spans.
This can be used to hide sensitive SQL statements.
See L<DBIx::OpenTracing::Constants> for tag names.

=head2 show_tags

Will cause previously hidden tags to start appearing again.

=head2 hide_tags_temporarily

Same as L<hide_tags> but only works until the end of current scope.

=head2 show_tags_temporarily

Same as L<show_tags> but only works until the end of current scope.

=head2 disable_tags

Similarly to L<suspend>, will hide all specified tags until the end of
current scope and not allow them to be shown by calls to L<show_tags>
or L<show_tags_temporarily> until then.

=head1 AUTHOR
 
Szymon NieznaƄski <snieznanski@perceptyx.com>
 
=head1 LICENSE
 
'DBIx::OpenTracing' is Copyright (C) 2020, Perceptyx Inc
 
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the Artistic License 2.0.
 
This package is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but it is
provided "as is" and without any express or implied warranties.
 
For details, see the full text of the license in the file LICENSE.

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