Instrumenting calls to a PostgreSQL database - Amazon X-Ray
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Instrumenting calls to a PostgreSQL database

The file adds the X-Ray PostgreSQL tracing interceptor to the data source created in

Example – PostgreSQL database instrumentation
spring.datasource.continue-on-error=true spring.jpa.hibernate.ddl-auto=create-drop spring.datasource.jdbc-interceptors=com.amazonaws.xray.sql.postgres.TracingInterceptor spring.jpa.database-platform=org.hibernate.dialect.PostgreSQL94Dialect

See Configuring Databases with Elastic Beanstalk in the Amazon Elastic Beanstalk Developer Guide for details on how to add a PostgreSQL database to the application environment.

The X-Ray demo page in the xray branch includes a demo that uses the instrumented data source to generate traces that show information about the SQL queries that it generates. Navigate to the /#/xray path in the running application or choose Powered by Amazon X-Ray in the navigation bar to see the demo page.

Choose Trace SQL queries to simulate game sessions and store the results in the attached database. Then, choose View traces in Amazon X-Ray to see a filtered list of traces that hit the API's /api/history route.

Choose one of the traces from the list to see the timeline, including the SQL query.