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Module @opentelemetry/semantic-conventions

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Type Aliases

Variables

Type Aliases

AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues: { EC2: "ec2"; FARGATE: "fargate" }

Identifies the Values for AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues enum definition

The launch type for an ECS task.

deprecated

Use the AWSECSLAUNCHTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • EC2: "ec2"

    ec2.

  • FARGATE: "fargate"

    fargate.

CloudPlatformValues: { ALIBABA_CLOUD_ECS: "alibaba_cloud_ecs"; ALIBABA_CLOUD_FC: "alibaba_cloud_fc"; AWS_EC2: "aws_ec2"; AWS_ECS: "aws_ecs"; AWS_EKS: "aws_eks"; AWS_ELASTIC_BEANSTALK: "aws_elastic_beanstalk"; AWS_LAMBDA: "aws_lambda"; AZURE_AKS: "azure_aks"; AZURE_APP_SERVICE: "azure_app_service"; AZURE_CONTAINER_INSTANCES: "azure_container_instances"; AZURE_FUNCTIONS: "azure_functions"; AZURE_VM: "azure_vm"; GCP_APP_ENGINE: "gcp_app_engine"; GCP_CLOUD_FUNCTIONS: "gcp_cloud_functions"; GCP_CLOUD_RUN: "gcp_cloud_run"; GCP_COMPUTE_ENGINE: "gcp_compute_engine"; GCP_KUBERNETES_ENGINE: "gcp_kubernetes_engine" }

Identifies the Values for CloudPlatformValues enum definition

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

deprecated

Use the CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the CloudPlatformValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • ALIBABA_CLOUD_ECS: "alibaba_cloud_ecs"

    Alibaba Cloud Elastic Compute Service.

  • ALIBABA_CLOUD_FC: "alibaba_cloud_fc"

    Alibaba Cloud Function Compute.

  • AWS_EC2: "aws_ec2"

    AWS Elastic Compute Cloud.

  • AWS_ECS: "aws_ecs"

    AWS Elastic Container Service.

  • AWS_EKS: "aws_eks"

    AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service.

  • AWS_ELASTIC_BEANSTALK: "aws_elastic_beanstalk"

    AWS Elastic Beanstalk.

  • AWS_LAMBDA: "aws_lambda"

    AWS Lambda.

  • AZURE_AKS: "azure_aks"

    Azure Kubernetes Service.

  • AZURE_APP_SERVICE: "azure_app_service"

    Azure App Service.

  • AZURE_CONTAINER_INSTANCES: "azure_container_instances"

    Azure Container Instances.

  • AZURE_FUNCTIONS: "azure_functions"

    Azure Functions.

  • AZURE_VM: "azure_vm"

    Azure Virtual Machines.

  • GCP_APP_ENGINE: "gcp_app_engine"

    Google Cloud App Engine (GAE).

  • GCP_CLOUD_FUNCTIONS: "gcp_cloud_functions"

    Google Cloud Functions (GCF).

  • GCP_CLOUD_RUN: "gcp_cloud_run"

    Google Cloud Run.

  • GCP_COMPUTE_ENGINE: "gcp_compute_engine"

    Google Cloud Compute Engine (GCE).

  • GCP_KUBERNETES_ENGINE: "gcp_kubernetes_engine"

    Google Cloud Kubernetes Engine (GKE).

CloudProviderValues: { ALIBABA_CLOUD: "alibaba_cloud"; AWS: "aws"; AZURE: "azure"; GCP: "gcp" }

Identifies the Values for CloudProviderValues enum definition

Name of the cloud provider.

deprecated

Use the CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the CloudProviderValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • ALIBABA_CLOUD: "alibaba_cloud"

    Alibaba Cloud.

  • AWS: "aws"

    Amazon Web Services.

  • AZURE: "azure"

    Microsoft Azure.

  • GCP: "gcp"

    Google Cloud Platform.

DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues: { ALL: "all"; ANY: "any"; EACH_QUORUM: "each_quorum"; LOCAL_ONE: "local_one"; LOCAL_QUORUM: "local_quorum"; LOCAL_SERIAL: "local_serial"; ONE: "one"; QUORUM: "quorum"; SERIAL: "serial"; THREE: "three"; TWO: "two" }

Identifies the Values for DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues enum definition

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

deprecated

Use the DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • ALL: "all"

    all.

  • ANY: "any"

    any.

  • EACH_QUORUM: "each_quorum"

    each_quorum.

  • LOCAL_ONE: "local_one"

    local_one.

  • LOCAL_QUORUM: "local_quorum"

    local_quorum.

  • LOCAL_SERIAL: "local_serial"

    local_serial.

  • ONE: "one"

    one.

  • QUORUM: "quorum"

    quorum.

  • SERIAL: "serial"

    serial.

  • THREE: "three"

    three.

  • TWO: "two"

    two.

DbSystemValues: { ADABAS: "adabas"; CACHE: "cache"; CASSANDRA: "cassandra"; CLOUDSCAPE: "cloudscape"; COCKROACHDB: "cockroachdb"; COLDFUSION: "coldfusion"; COSMOSDB: "cosmosdb"; COUCHBASE: "couchbase"; COUCHDB: "couchdb"; DB2: "db2"; DERBY: "derby"; DYNAMODB: "dynamodb"; EDB: "edb"; ELASTICSEARCH: "elasticsearch"; FILEMAKER: "filemaker"; FIREBIRD: "firebird"; FIRSTSQL: "firstsql"; GEODE: "geode"; H2: "h2"; HANADB: "hanadb"; HBASE: "hbase"; HIVE: "hive"; HSQLDB: "hsqldb"; INFORMIX: "informix"; INGRES: "ingres"; INSTANTDB: "instantdb"; INTERBASE: "interbase"; MARIADB: "mariadb"; MAXDB: "maxdb"; MEMCACHED: "memcached"; MONGODB: "mongodb"; MSSQL: "mssql"; MYSQL: "mysql"; NEO4J: "neo4j"; NETEZZA: "netezza"; ORACLE: "oracle"; OTHER_SQL: "other_sql"; PERVASIVE: "pervasive"; POINTBASE: "pointbase"; POSTGRESQL: "postgresql"; PROGRESS: "progress"; REDIS: "redis"; REDSHIFT: "redshift"; SQLITE: "sqlite"; SYBASE: "sybase"; TERADATA: "teradata"; VERTICA: "vertica" }

Identifies the Values for DbSystemValues enum definition

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

deprecated

Use the DBSYSTEMVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the DbSystemValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • ADABAS: "adabas"

    Adabas (Adaptable Database System).

  • CACHE: "cache"

    InterSystems Caché.

  • CASSANDRA: "cassandra"

    Apache Cassandra.

  • CLOUDSCAPE: "cloudscape"

    Cloudscape.

  • COCKROACHDB: "cockroachdb"

    CockroachDB.

  • COLDFUSION: "coldfusion"

    ColdFusion IMQ.

  • COSMOSDB: "cosmosdb"

    Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB.

  • COUCHBASE: "couchbase"

    Couchbase.

  • COUCHDB: "couchdb"

    CouchDB.

  • DB2: "db2"

    IBM Db2.

  • DERBY: "derby"

    Apache Derby.

  • DYNAMODB: "dynamodb"

    Amazon DynamoDB.

  • EDB: "edb"

    EnterpriseDB.

  • ELASTICSEARCH: "elasticsearch"

    Elasticsearch.

  • FILEMAKER: "filemaker"

    FileMaker.

  • FIREBIRD: "firebird"

    Firebird.

  • FIRSTSQL: "firstsql"

    FirstSQL.

  • GEODE: "geode"

    Apache Geode.

  • H2: "h2"

    H2.

  • HANADB: "hanadb"

    SAP HANA.

  • HBASE: "hbase"

    Apache HBase.

  • HIVE: "hive"

    Apache Hive.

  • HSQLDB: "hsqldb"

    HyperSQL DataBase.

  • INFORMIX: "informix"

    Informix.

  • INGRES: "ingres"

    Ingres.

  • INSTANTDB: "instantdb"

    InstantDB.

  • INTERBASE: "interbase"

    InterBase.

  • MARIADB: "mariadb"

    MariaDB.

  • MAXDB: "maxdb"

    SAP MaxDB.

  • MEMCACHED: "memcached"

    Memcached.

  • MONGODB: "mongodb"

    MongoDB.

  • MSSQL: "mssql"

    Microsoft SQL Server.

  • MYSQL: "mysql"

    MySQL.

  • NEO4J: "neo4j"

    Neo4j.

  • NETEZZA: "netezza"

    Netezza.

  • ORACLE: "oracle"

    Oracle Database.

  • OTHER_SQL: "other_sql"

    Some other SQL database. Fallback only. See notes.

  • PERVASIVE: "pervasive"

    Pervasive PSQL.

  • POINTBASE: "pointbase"

    PointBase.

  • POSTGRESQL: "postgresql"

    PostgreSQL.

  • PROGRESS: "progress"

    Progress Database.

  • REDIS: "redis"

    Redis.

  • REDSHIFT: "redshift"

    Amazon Redshift.

  • SQLITE: "sqlite"

    SQLite.

  • SYBASE: "sybase"

    Sybase.

  • TERADATA: "teradata"

    Teradata.

  • VERTICA: "vertica"

    Vertica.

FaasDocumentOperationValues: { DELETE: "delete"; EDIT: "edit"; INSERT: "insert" }

Identifies the Values for FaasDocumentOperationValues enum definition

Describes the type of the operation that was performed on the data.

deprecated

Use the FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the FaasDocumentOperationValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • DELETE: "delete"

    When an object is deleted.

  • EDIT: "edit"

    When an object is modified.

  • INSERT: "insert"

    When a new object is created.

FaasInvokedProviderValues: { ALIBABA_CLOUD: "alibaba_cloud"; AWS: "aws"; AZURE: "azure"; GCP: "gcp" }

Identifies the Values for FaasInvokedProviderValues enum definition

The cloud provider of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

deprecated

Use the FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the FaasInvokedProviderValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • ALIBABA_CLOUD: "alibaba_cloud"

    Alibaba Cloud.

  • AWS: "aws"

    Amazon Web Services.

  • AZURE: "azure"

    Microsoft Azure.

  • GCP: "gcp"

    Google Cloud Platform.

FaasTriggerValues: { DATASOURCE: "datasource"; HTTP: "http"; OTHER: "other"; PUBSUB: "pubsub"; TIMER: "timer" }

Identifies the Values for FaasTriggerValues enum definition

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

deprecated

Use the FAASTRIGGERVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the FaasTriggerValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • DATASOURCE: "datasource"

    A response to some data source operation such as a database or filesystem read/write.

  • HTTP: "http"

    To provide an answer to an inbound HTTP request.

  • OTHER: "other"

    If none of the others apply.

  • PUBSUB: "pubsub"

    A function is set to be executed when messages are sent to a messaging system.

  • TIMER: "timer"

    A function is scheduled to be executed regularly.

HostArchValues: { AMD64: "amd64"; ARM32: "arm32"; ARM64: "arm64"; IA64: "ia64"; PPC32: "ppc32"; PPC64: "ppc64"; X86: "x86" }

Identifies the Values for HostArchValues enum definition

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

deprecated

Use the HOSTARCHVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the HostArchValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • AMD64: "amd64"

    AMD64.

  • ARM32: "arm32"

    ARM32.

  • ARM64: "arm64"

    ARM64.

  • IA64: "ia64"

    Itanium.

  • PPC32: "ppc32"

    32-bit PowerPC.

  • PPC64: "ppc64"

    64-bit PowerPC.

  • X86: "x86"

    32-bit x86.

HttpFlavorValues: { HTTP_1_0: "1.0"; HTTP_1_1: "1.1"; HTTP_2_0: "2.0"; QUIC: "QUIC"; SPDY: "SPDY" }

Identifies the Values for HttpFlavorValues enum definition

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

deprecated

Use the HTTPFLAVORVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the HttpFlavorValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • HTTP_1_0: "1.0"

    HTTP 1.0.

  • HTTP_1_1: "1.1"

    HTTP 1.1.

  • HTTP_2_0: "2.0"

    HTTP 2.

  • QUIC: "QUIC"

    QUIC protocol.

  • SPDY: "SPDY"

    SPDY protocol.

MessageTypeValues: { RECEIVED: "RECEIVED"; SENT: "SENT" }

Identifies the Values for MessageTypeValues enum definition

Whether this is a received or sent message.

deprecated

Use the MESSAGETYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the MessageTypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • RECEIVED: "RECEIVED"

    received.

  • SENT: "SENT"

    sent.

MessagingDestinationKindValues: { QUEUE: "queue"; TOPIC: "topic" }

Identifies the Values for MessagingDestinationKindValues enum definition

The kind of message destination.

deprecated

Use the MESSAGINGDESTINATIONKINDVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the MessagingDestinationKindValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • QUEUE: "queue"

    A message sent to a queue.

  • TOPIC: "topic"

    A message sent to a topic.

MessagingOperationValues: { PROCESS: "process"; RECEIVE: "receive" }

Identifies the Values for MessagingOperationValues enum definition

A string identifying the kind of message consumption as defined in the Operation names section above. If the operation is "send", this attribute MUST NOT be set, since the operation can be inferred from the span kind in that case.

deprecated

Use the MESSAGINGOPERATIONVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the MessagingOperationValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • PROCESS: "process"

    process.

  • RECEIVE: "receive"

    receive.

NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues: { CDMA: "cdma"; CDMA2000_1XRTT: "cdma2000_1xrtt"; EDGE: "edge"; EHRPD: "ehrpd"; EVDO_0: "evdo_0"; EVDO_A: "evdo_a"; EVDO_B: "evdo_b"; GPRS: "gprs"; GSM: "gsm"; HSDPA: "hsdpa"; HSPA: "hspa"; HSPAP: "hspap"; HSUPA: "hsupa"; IDEN: "iden"; IWLAN: "iwlan"; LTE: "lte"; LTE_CA: "lte_ca"; NR: "nr"; NRNSA: "nrnsa"; TD_SCDMA: "td_scdma"; UMTS: "umts" }

Identifies the Values for NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues enum definition

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

deprecated

Use the NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • CDMA: "cdma"

    CDMA.

  • CDMA2000_1XRTT: "cdma2000_1xrtt"

    CDMA2000 1XRTT.

  • EDGE: "edge"

    EDGE.

  • EHRPD: "ehrpd"

    EHRPD.

  • EVDO_0: "evdo_0"

    EVDO Rel. 0.

  • EVDO_A: "evdo_a"

    EVDO Rev. A.

  • EVDO_B: "evdo_b"

    EVDO Rev. B.

  • GPRS: "gprs"

    GPRS.

  • GSM: "gsm"

    GSM.

  • HSDPA: "hsdpa"

    HSDPA.

  • HSPA: "hspa"

    HSPA.

  • HSPAP: "hspap"

    HSPAP.

  • HSUPA: "hsupa"

    HSUPA.

  • IDEN: "iden"

    IDEN.

  • IWLAN: "iwlan"

    IWLAN.

  • LTE: "lte"

    LTE.

  • LTE_CA: "lte_ca"

    LTE CA.

  • NR: "nr"

    5G NR (New Radio).

  • NRNSA: "nrnsa"

    5G NRNSA (New Radio Non-Standalone).

  • TD_SCDMA: "td_scdma"

    TD-SCDMA.

  • UMTS: "umts"

    UMTS.

NetHostConnectionTypeValues: { CELL: "cell"; UNAVAILABLE: "unavailable"; UNKNOWN: "unknown"; WIFI: "wifi"; WIRED: "wired" }

Identifies the Values for NetHostConnectionTypeValues enum definition

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

deprecated

Use the NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the NetHostConnectionTypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • CELL: "cell"

    cell.

  • UNAVAILABLE: "unavailable"

    unavailable.

  • UNKNOWN: "unknown"

    unknown.

  • WIFI: "wifi"

    wifi.

  • WIRED: "wired"

    wired.

NetTransportValues: { INPROC: "inproc"; IP: "ip"; IP_TCP: "ip_tcp"; IP_UDP: "ip_udp"; OTHER: "other"; PIPE: "pipe"; UNIX: "unix" }

Identifies the Values for NetTransportValues enum definition

Transport protocol used. See note below.

deprecated

Use the NETTRANSPORTVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the NetTransportValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • INPROC: "inproc"

    In-process communication.

  • IP: "ip"

    Another IP-based protocol.

  • IP_TCP: "ip_tcp"

    ip_tcp.

  • IP_UDP: "ip_udp"

    ip_udp.

  • OTHER: "other"

    Something else (non IP-based).

  • PIPE: "pipe"

    Named or anonymous pipe. See note below.

  • UNIX: "unix"

    Unix Domain socket. See below.

OsTypeValues: { AIX: "aix"; DARWIN: "darwin"; DRAGONFLYBSD: "dragonflybsd"; FREEBSD: "freebsd"; HPUX: "hpux"; LINUX: "linux"; NETBSD: "netbsd"; OPENBSD: "openbsd"; SOLARIS: "solaris"; WINDOWS: "windows"; Z_OS: "z_os" }

Identifies the Values for OsTypeValues enum definition

The operating system type.

deprecated

Use the OSTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the OsTypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • AIX: "aix"

    AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive).

  • DARWIN: "darwin"

    Apple Darwin.

  • DRAGONFLYBSD: "dragonflybsd"

    DragonFly BSD.

  • FREEBSD: "freebsd"

    FreeBSD.

  • HPUX: "hpux"

    HP-UX (Hewlett Packard Unix).

  • LINUX: "linux"

    Linux.

  • NETBSD: "netbsd"

    NetBSD.

  • OPENBSD: "openbsd"

    OpenBSD.

  • SOLARIS: "solaris"

    Oracle Solaris.

  • WINDOWS: "windows"

    Microsoft Windows.

  • Z_OS: "z_os"

    IBM z/OS.

RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues: { ABORTED: 10; ALREADY_EXISTS: 6; CANCELLED: 1; DATA_LOSS: 15; DEADLINE_EXCEEDED: 4; FAILED_PRECONDITION: 9; INTERNAL: 13; INVALID_ARGUMENT: 3; NOT_FOUND: 5; OK: 0; OUT_OF_RANGE: 11; PERMISSION_DENIED: 7; RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED: 8; UNAUTHENTICATED: 16; UNAVAILABLE: 14; UNIMPLEMENTED: 12; UNKNOWN: 2 }

Identifies the Values for RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues enum definition

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

deprecated

Use the RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • ABORTED: 10

    ABORTED.

  • ALREADY_EXISTS: 6

    ALREADY_EXISTS.

  • CANCELLED: 1

    CANCELLED.

  • DATA_LOSS: 15

    DATA_LOSS.

  • DEADLINE_EXCEEDED: 4

    DEADLINE_EXCEEDED.

  • FAILED_PRECONDITION: 9

    FAILED_PRECONDITION.

  • INTERNAL: 13

    INTERNAL.

  • INVALID_ARGUMENT: 3

    INVALID_ARGUMENT.

  • NOT_FOUND: 5

    NOT_FOUND.

  • OK: 0

    OK.

  • OUT_OF_RANGE: 11

    OUT_OF_RANGE.

  • PERMISSION_DENIED: 7

    PERMISSION_DENIED.

  • RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED: 8

    RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED.

  • UNAUTHENTICATED: 16

    UNAUTHENTICATED.

  • UNAVAILABLE: 14

    UNAVAILABLE.

  • UNIMPLEMENTED: 12

    UNIMPLEMENTED.

  • UNKNOWN: 2

    UNKNOWN.

SemanticAttributes: { AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTES_TO_GET: "aws.dynamodb.attributes_to_get"; AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTE_DEFINITIONS: "aws.dynamodb.attribute_definitions"; AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSISTENT_READ: "aws.dynamodb.consistent_read"; AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSUMED_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.consumed_capacity"; AWS_DYNAMODB_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.count"; AWS_DYNAMODB_EXCLUSIVE_START_TABLE: "aws.dynamodb.exclusive_start_table"; AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES: "aws.dynamodb.global_secondary_indexes"; AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEX_UPDATES: "aws.dynamodb.global_secondary_index_updates"; AWS_DYNAMODB_INDEX_NAME: "aws.dynamodb.index_name"; AWS_DYNAMODB_ITEM_COLLECTION_METRICS: "aws.dynamodb.item_collection_metrics"; AWS_DYNAMODB_LIMIT: "aws.dynamodb.limit"; AWS_DYNAMODB_LOCAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES: "aws.dynamodb.local_secondary_indexes"; AWS_DYNAMODB_PROJECTION: "aws.dynamodb.projection"; AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_READ_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.provisioned_read_capacity"; AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_WRITE_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.provisioned_write_capacity"; AWS_DYNAMODB_SCANNED_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.scanned_count"; AWS_DYNAMODB_SCAN_FORWARD: "aws.dynamodb.scan_forward"; AWS_DYNAMODB_SEGMENT: "aws.dynamodb.segment"; AWS_DYNAMODB_SELECT: "aws.dynamodb.select"; AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.table_count"; AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_NAMES: "aws.dynamodb.table_names"; AWS_DYNAMODB_TOTAL_SEGMENTS: "aws.dynamodb.total_segments"; AWS_LAMBDA_INVOKED_ARN: "aws.lambda.invoked_arn"; CODE_FILEPATH: "code.filepath"; CODE_FUNCTION: "code.function"; CODE_LINENO: "code.lineno"; CODE_NAMESPACE: "code.namespace"; DB_CASSANDRA_CONSISTENCY_LEVEL: "db.cassandra.consistency_level"; DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_DC: "db.cassandra.coordinator.dc"; DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_ID: "db.cassandra.coordinator.id"; DB_CASSANDRA_IDEMPOTENCE: "db.cassandra.idempotence"; DB_CASSANDRA_KEYSPACE: "db.cassandra.keyspace"; DB_CASSANDRA_PAGE_SIZE: "db.cassandra.page_size"; DB_CASSANDRA_SPECULATIVE_EXECUTION_COUNT: "db.cassandra.speculative_execution_count"; DB_CASSANDRA_TABLE: "db.cassandra.table"; DB_CONNECTION_STRING: "db.connection_string"; DB_HBASE_NAMESPACE: "db.hbase.namespace"; DB_JDBC_DRIVER_CLASSNAME: "db.jdbc.driver_classname"; DB_MONGODB_COLLECTION: "db.mongodb.collection"; DB_MSSQL_INSTANCE_NAME: "db.mssql.instance_name"; DB_NAME: "db.name"; DB_OPERATION: "db.operation"; DB_REDIS_DATABASE_INDEX: "db.redis.database_index"; DB_SQL_TABLE: "db.sql.table"; DB_STATEMENT: "db.statement"; DB_SYSTEM: "db.system"; DB_USER: "db.user"; ENDUSER_ID: "enduser.id"; ENDUSER_ROLE: "enduser.role"; ENDUSER_SCOPE: "enduser.scope"; EXCEPTION_ESCAPED: "exception.escaped"; EXCEPTION_MESSAGE: "exception.message"; EXCEPTION_STACKTRACE: "exception.stacktrace"; EXCEPTION_TYPE: "exception.type"; FAAS_COLDSTART: "faas.coldstart"; FAAS_CRON: "faas.cron"; FAAS_DOCUMENT_COLLECTION: "faas.document.collection"; FAAS_DOCUMENT_NAME: "faas.document.name"; FAAS_DOCUMENT_OPERATION: "faas.document.operation"; FAAS_DOCUMENT_TIME: "faas.document.time"; FAAS_EXECUTION: "faas.execution"; FAAS_INVOKED_NAME: "faas.invoked_name"; FAAS_INVOKED_PROVIDER: "faas.invoked_provider"; FAAS_INVOKED_REGION: "faas.invoked_region"; FAAS_TIME: "faas.time"; FAAS_TRIGGER: "faas.trigger"; HTTP_CLIENT_IP: "http.client_ip"; HTTP_FLAVOR: "http.flavor"; HTTP_HOST: "http.host"; HTTP_METHOD: "http.method"; HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH: "http.request_content_length"; HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED: "http.request_content_length_uncompressed"; HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH: "http.response_content_length"; HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED: "http.response_content_length_uncompressed"; HTTP_ROUTE: "http.route"; HTTP_SCHEME: "http.scheme"; HTTP_SERVER_NAME: "http.server_name"; HTTP_STATUS_CODE: "http.status_code"; HTTP_TARGET: "http.target"; HTTP_URL: "http.url"; HTTP_USER_AGENT: "http.user_agent"; MESSAGE_COMPRESSED_SIZE: "message.compressed_size"; MESSAGE_ID: "message.id"; MESSAGE_TYPE: "message.type"; MESSAGE_UNCOMPRESSED_SIZE: "message.uncompressed_size"; MESSAGING_CONSUMER_ID: "messaging.consumer_id"; MESSAGING_CONVERSATION_ID: "messaging.conversation_id"; MESSAGING_DESTINATION: "messaging.destination"; MESSAGING_DESTINATION_KIND: "messaging.destination_kind"; MESSAGING_KAFKA_CLIENT_ID: "messaging.kafka.client_id"; MESSAGING_KAFKA_CONSUMER_GROUP: "messaging.kafka.consumer_group"; MESSAGING_KAFKA_MESSAGE_KEY: "messaging.kafka.message_key"; MESSAGING_KAFKA_PARTITION: "messaging.kafka.partition"; MESSAGING_KAFKA_TOMBSTONE: "messaging.kafka.tombstone"; MESSAGING_MESSAGE_ID: "messaging.message_id"; MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_COMPRESSED_SIZE_BYTES: "messaging.message_payload_compressed_size_bytes"; MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_SIZE_BYTES: "messaging.message_payload_size_bytes"; MESSAGING_OPERATION: "messaging.operation"; MESSAGING_PROTOCOL: "messaging.protocol"; MESSAGING_PROTOCOL_VERSION: "messaging.protocol_version"; MESSAGING_RABBITMQ_ROUTING_KEY: "messaging.rabbitmq.routing_key"; MESSAGING_SYSTEM: "messaging.system"; MESSAGING_TEMP_DESTINATION: "messaging.temp_destination"; MESSAGING_URL: "messaging.url"; NET_HOST_CARRIER_ICC: "net.host.carrier.icc"; NET_HOST_CARRIER_MCC: "net.host.carrier.mcc"; NET_HOST_CARRIER_MNC: "net.host.carrier.mnc"; NET_HOST_CARRIER_NAME: "net.host.carrier.name"; NET_HOST_CONNECTION_SUBTYPE: "net.host.connection.subtype"; NET_HOST_CONNECTION_TYPE: "net.host.connection.type"; NET_HOST_IP: "net.host.ip"; NET_HOST_NAME: "net.host.name"; NET_HOST_PORT: "net.host.port"; NET_PEER_IP: "net.peer.ip"; NET_PEER_NAME: "net.peer.name"; NET_PEER_PORT: "net.peer.port"; NET_TRANSPORT: "net.transport"; PEER_SERVICE: "peer.service"; RPC_GRPC_STATUS_CODE: "rpc.grpc.status_code"; RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_CODE: "rpc.jsonrpc.error_code"; RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_MESSAGE: "rpc.jsonrpc.error_message"; RPC_JSONRPC_REQUEST_ID: "rpc.jsonrpc.request_id"; RPC_JSONRPC_VERSION: "rpc.jsonrpc.version"; RPC_METHOD: "rpc.method"; RPC_SERVICE: "rpc.service"; RPC_SYSTEM: "rpc.system"; THREAD_ID: "thread.id"; THREAD_NAME: "thread.name" }

Definition of available values for SemanticAttributes This type is used for backward compatibility, you should use the individual exported constants SemanticAttributes_XXXXX rather than the exported constant map. As any single reference to a constant map value will result in all strings being included into your bundle.

deprecated

Use the SEMATTRS_XXXXX constants rather than the SemanticAttributes.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTES_TO_GET: "aws.dynamodb.attributes_to_get"

    The value of the AttributesToGet request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTE_DEFINITIONS: "aws.dynamodb.attribute_definitions"

    The JSON-serialized value of each item in the AttributeDefinitions request field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSISTENT_READ: "aws.dynamodb.consistent_read"

    The value of the ConsistentRead request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSUMED_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.consumed_capacity"

    The JSON-serialized value of each item in the ConsumedCapacity response field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.count"

    The value of the Count response parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_EXCLUSIVE_START_TABLE: "aws.dynamodb.exclusive_start_table"

    The value of the ExclusiveStartTableName request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES: "aws.dynamodb.global_secondary_indexes"

    The JSON-serialized value of each item of the GlobalSecondaryIndexes request field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEX_UPDATES: "aws.dynamodb.global_secondary_index_updates"

    The JSON-serialized value of each item in the the GlobalSecondaryIndexUpdates request field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_INDEX_NAME: "aws.dynamodb.index_name"

    The value of the IndexName request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_ITEM_COLLECTION_METRICS: "aws.dynamodb.item_collection_metrics"

    The JSON-serialized value of the ItemCollectionMetrics response field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_LIMIT: "aws.dynamodb.limit"

    The value of the Limit request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_LOCAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES: "aws.dynamodb.local_secondary_indexes"

    The JSON-serialized value of each item of the LocalSecondaryIndexes request field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_PROJECTION: "aws.dynamodb.projection"

    The value of the ProjectionExpression request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_READ_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.provisioned_read_capacity"

    The value of the ProvisionedThroughput.ReadCapacityUnits request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_WRITE_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.provisioned_write_capacity"

    The value of the ProvisionedThroughput.WriteCapacityUnits request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_SCANNED_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.scanned_count"

    The value of the ScannedCount response parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_SCAN_FORWARD: "aws.dynamodb.scan_forward"

    The value of the ScanIndexForward request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_SEGMENT: "aws.dynamodb.segment"

    The value of the Segment request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_SELECT: "aws.dynamodb.select"

    The value of the Select request parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.table_count"

    The the number of items in the TableNames response parameter.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_NAMES: "aws.dynamodb.table_names"

    The keys in the RequestItems object field.

  • AWS_DYNAMODB_TOTAL_SEGMENTS: "aws.dynamodb.total_segments"

    The value of the TotalSegments request parameter.

  • AWS_LAMBDA_INVOKED_ARN: "aws.lambda.invoked_arn"

    The full invoked ARN as provided on the Context passed to the function (Lambda-Runtime-Invoked-Function-Arn header on the /runtime/invocation/next applicable).

    Note: This may be different from faas.id if an alias is involved.

  • CODE_FILEPATH: "code.filepath"

    The source code file name that identifies the code unit as uniquely as possible (preferably an absolute file path).

  • CODE_FUNCTION: "code.function"

    The method or function name, or equivalent (usually rightmost part of the code unit's name).

  • CODE_LINENO: "code.lineno"

    The line number in code.filepath best representing the operation. It SHOULD point within the code unit named in code.function.

  • CODE_NAMESPACE: "code.namespace"

    The "namespace" within which code.function is defined. Usually the qualified class or module name, such that code.namespace + some separator + code.function form a unique identifier for the code unit.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_CONSISTENCY_LEVEL: "db.cassandra.consistency_level"

    The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_DC: "db.cassandra.coordinator.dc"

    The data center of the coordinating node for a query.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_ID: "db.cassandra.coordinator.id"

    The ID of the coordinating node for a query.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_IDEMPOTENCE: "db.cassandra.idempotence"

    Whether or not the query is idempotent.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_KEYSPACE: "db.cassandra.keyspace"

    The name of the keyspace being accessed. To be used instead of the generic db.name attribute.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_PAGE_SIZE: "db.cassandra.page_size"

    The fetch size used for paging, i.e. how many rows will be returned at once.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_SPECULATIVE_EXECUTION_COUNT: "db.cassandra.speculative_execution_count"

    The number of times a query was speculatively executed. Not set or 0 if the query was not executed speculatively.

  • DB_CASSANDRA_TABLE: "db.cassandra.table"

    The name of the primary table that the operation is acting upon, including the schema name (if applicable).

    Note: This mirrors the db.sql.table attribute but references cassandra rather than sql. It is not recommended to attempt any client-side parsing of db.statement just to get this property, but it should be set if it is provided by the library being instrumented. If the operation is acting upon an anonymous table, or more than one table, this value MUST NOT be set.

  • DB_CONNECTION_STRING: "db.connection_string"

    The connection string used to connect to the database. It is recommended to remove embedded credentials.

  • DB_HBASE_NAMESPACE: "db.hbase.namespace"

    The HBase namespace being accessed. To be used instead of the generic db.name attribute.

  • DB_JDBC_DRIVER_CLASSNAME: "db.jdbc.driver_classname"

    The fully-qualified class name of the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) driver used to connect.

  • DB_MONGODB_COLLECTION: "db.mongodb.collection"

    The collection being accessed within the database stated in db.name.

  • DB_MSSQL_INSTANCE_NAME: "db.mssql.instance_name"

    The Microsoft SQL Server instance name connecting to. This name is used to determine the port of a named instance.

    Note: If setting a db.mssql.instance_name, net.peer.port is no longer required (but still recommended if non-standard).

  • DB_NAME: "db.name"

    If no tech-specific attribute is defined, this attribute is used to report the name of the database being accessed. For commands that switch the database, this should be set to the target database (even if the command fails).

    Note: In some SQL databases, the database name to be used is called "schema name".

  • DB_OPERATION: "db.operation"

    The name of the operation being executed, e.g. the MongoDB command name such as findAndModify, or the SQL keyword.

    Note: When setting this to an SQL keyword, it is not recommended to attempt any client-side parsing of db.statement just to get this property, but it should be set if the operation name is provided by the library being instrumented. If the SQL statement has an ambiguous operation, or performs more than one operation, this value may be omitted.

  • DB_REDIS_DATABASE_INDEX: "db.redis.database_index"

    The index of the database being accessed as used in the SELECT command, provided as an integer. To be used instead of the generic db.name attribute.

  • DB_SQL_TABLE: "db.sql.table"

    The name of the primary table that the operation is acting upon, including the schema name (if applicable).

    Note: It is not recommended to attempt any client-side parsing of db.statement just to get this property, but it should be set if it is provided by the library being instrumented. If the operation is acting upon an anonymous table, or more than one table, this value MUST NOT be set.

  • DB_STATEMENT: "db.statement"

    The database statement being executed.

    Note: The value may be sanitized to exclude sensitive information.

  • DB_SYSTEM: "db.system"

    An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

  • DB_USER: "db.user"

    Username for accessing the database.

  • ENDUSER_ID: "enduser.id"

    Username or client_id extracted from the access token or Authorization header in the inbound request from outside the system.

  • ENDUSER_ROLE: "enduser.role"

    Actual/assumed role the client is making the request under extracted from token or application security context.

  • ENDUSER_SCOPE: "enduser.scope"

    Scopes or granted authorities the client currently possesses extracted from token or application security context. The value would come from the scope associated with an OAuth 2.0 Access Token or an attribute value in a SAML 2.0 Assertion.

  • EXCEPTION_ESCAPED: "exception.escaped"

    SHOULD be set to true if the exception event is recorded at a point where it is known that the exception is escaping the scope of the span.

    Note: An exception is considered to have escaped (or left) the scope of a span, if that span is ended while the exception is still logically "in flight". This may be actually "in flight" in some languages (e.g. if the exception is passed to a Context manager's __exit__ method in Python) but will usually be caught at the point of recording the exception in most languages.

    It is usually not possible to determine at the point where an exception is thrown whether it will escape the scope of a span. However, it is trivial to know that an exception will escape, if one checks for an active exception just before ending the span, as done in the example above.

    It follows that an exception may still escape the scope of the span even if the exception.escaped attribute was not set or set to false, since the event might have been recorded at a time where it was not clear whether the exception will escape.

  • EXCEPTION_MESSAGE: "exception.message"

    The exception message.

  • EXCEPTION_STACKTRACE: "exception.stacktrace"

    A stacktrace as a string in the natural representation for the language runtime. The representation is to be determined and documented by each language SIG.

  • EXCEPTION_TYPE: "exception.type"

    The type of the exception (its fully-qualified class name, if applicable). The dynamic type of the exception should be preferred over the static type in languages that support it.

  • FAAS_COLDSTART: "faas.coldstart"

    A boolean that is true if the serverless function is executed for the first time (aka cold-start).

  • FAAS_CRON: "faas.cron"

    A string containing the schedule period as Cron Expression.

  • FAAS_DOCUMENT_COLLECTION: "faas.document.collection"

    The name of the source on which the triggering operation was performed. For example, in Cloud Storage or S3 corresponds to the bucket name, and in Cosmos DB to the database name.

  • FAAS_DOCUMENT_NAME: "faas.document.name"

    The document name/table subjected to the operation. For example, in Cloud Storage or S3 is the name of the file, and in Cosmos DB the table name.

  • FAAS_DOCUMENT_OPERATION: "faas.document.operation"

    Describes the type of the operation that was performed on the data.

  • FAAS_DOCUMENT_TIME: "faas.document.time"

    A string containing the time when the data was accessed in the ISO 8601 format expressed in UTC.

  • FAAS_EXECUTION: "faas.execution"

    The execution ID of the current function execution.

  • FAAS_INVOKED_NAME: "faas.invoked_name"

    The name of the invoked function.

    Note: SHOULD be equal to the faas.name resource attribute of the invoked function.

  • FAAS_INVOKED_PROVIDER: "faas.invoked_provider"

    The cloud provider of the invoked function.

    Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

  • FAAS_INVOKED_REGION: "faas.invoked_region"

    The cloud region of the invoked function.

    Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.region resource attribute of the invoked function.

  • FAAS_TIME: "faas.time"

    A string containing the function invocation time in the ISO 8601 format expressed in UTC.

  • FAAS_TRIGGER: "faas.trigger"

    Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

  • HTTP_CLIENT_IP: "http.client_ip"

    The IP address of the original client behind all proxies, if known (e.g. from X-Forwarded-For).

    Note: This is not necessarily the same as net.peer.ip, which would identify the network-level peer, which may be a proxy.

    This attribute should be set when a source of information different from the one used for net.peer.ip, is available even if that other source just confirms the same value as net.peer.ip. Rationale: For net.peer.ip, one typically does not know if it comes from a proxy, reverse proxy, or the actual client. Setting http.client_ip when it's the same as net.peer.ip means that one is at least somewhat confident that the address is not that of the closest proxy.

  • HTTP_FLAVOR: "http.flavor"

    Kind of HTTP protocol used.

    Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

  • HTTP_HOST: "http.host"

    The value of the HTTP host header. An empty Host header should also be reported, see note.

    Note: When the header is present but empty the attribute SHOULD be set to the empty string. Note that this is a valid situation that is expected in certain cases, according the aforementioned section of RFC 7230. When the header is not set the attribute MUST NOT be set.

  • HTTP_METHOD: "http.method"

    HTTP request method.

  • HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH: "http.request_content_length"

    The size of the request payload body in bytes. This is the number of bytes transferred excluding headers and is often, but not always, present as the Content-Length header. For requests using transport encoding, this should be the compressed size.

  • HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED: "http.request_content_length_uncompressed"

    The size of the uncompressed request payload body after transport decoding. Not set if transport encoding not used.

  • HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH: "http.response_content_length"

    The size of the response payload body in bytes. This is the number of bytes transferred excluding headers and is often, but not always, present as the Content-Length header. For requests using transport encoding, this should be the compressed size.

  • HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED: "http.response_content_length_uncompressed"

    The size of the uncompressed response payload body after transport decoding. Not set if transport encoding not used.

  • HTTP_ROUTE: "http.route"

    The matched route (path template).

  • HTTP_SCHEME: "http.scheme"

    The URI scheme identifying the used protocol.

  • HTTP_SERVER_NAME: "http.server_name"

    The primary server name of the matched virtual host. This should be obtained via configuration. If no such configuration can be obtained, this attribute MUST NOT be set ( net.host.name should be used instead).

    Note: http.url is usually not readily available on the server side but would have to be assembled in a cumbersome and sometimes lossy process from other information (see e.g. open-telemetry/opentelemetry-python/pull/148). It is thus preferred to supply the raw data that is available.

  • HTTP_STATUS_CODE: "http.status_code"
  • HTTP_TARGET: "http.target"

    The full request target as passed in a HTTP request line or equivalent.

  • HTTP_URL: "http.url"

    Full HTTP request URL in the form scheme://host[:port]/path?query[#fragment]. Usually the fragment is not transmitted over HTTP, but if it is known, it should be included nevertheless.

    Note: http.url MUST NOT contain credentials passed via URL in form of https://username:password@www.example.com/. In such case the attribute's value should be https://www.example.com/.

  • HTTP_USER_AGENT: "http.user_agent"

    Value of the HTTP User-Agent header sent by the client.

  • MESSAGE_COMPRESSED_SIZE: "message.compressed_size"

    Compressed size of the message in bytes.

  • MESSAGE_ID: "message.id"

    MUST be calculated as two different counters starting from 1 one for sent messages and one for received message.

    Note: This way we guarantee that the values will be consistent between different implementations.

  • MESSAGE_TYPE: "message.type"

    Whether this is a received or sent message.

  • MESSAGE_UNCOMPRESSED_SIZE: "message.uncompressed_size"

    Uncompressed size of the message in bytes.

  • MESSAGING_CONSUMER_ID: "messaging.consumer_id"

    The identifier for the consumer receiving a message. For Kafka, set it to {messaging.kafka.consumer_group} - {messaging.kafka.client_id}, if both are present, or only messaging.kafka.consumer_group. For brokers, such as RabbitMQ and Artemis, set it to the client_id of the client consuming the message.

  • MESSAGING_CONVERSATION_ID: "messaging.conversation_id"

    The conversation ID identifying the conversation to which the message belongs, represented as a string. Sometimes called "Correlation ID".

  • MESSAGING_DESTINATION: "messaging.destination"

    The message destination name. This might be equal to the span name but is required nevertheless.

  • MESSAGING_DESTINATION_KIND: "messaging.destination_kind"

    The kind of message destination.

  • MESSAGING_KAFKA_CLIENT_ID: "messaging.kafka.client_id"

    Client Id for the Consumer or Producer that is handling the message.

  • MESSAGING_KAFKA_CONSUMER_GROUP: "messaging.kafka.consumer_group"

    Name of the Kafka Consumer Group that is handling the message. Only applies to consumers, not producers.

  • MESSAGING_KAFKA_MESSAGE_KEY: "messaging.kafka.message_key"

    Message keys in Kafka are used for grouping alike messages to ensure they're processed on the same partition. They differ from messaging.message_id in that they're not unique. If the key is null, the attribute MUST NOT be set.

    Note: If the key type is not string, it's string representation has to be supplied for the attribute. If the key has no unambiguous, canonical string form, don't include its value.

  • MESSAGING_KAFKA_PARTITION: "messaging.kafka.partition"

    Partition the message is sent to.

  • MESSAGING_KAFKA_TOMBSTONE: "messaging.kafka.tombstone"

    A boolean that is true if the message is a tombstone.

  • MESSAGING_MESSAGE_ID: "messaging.message_id"

    A value used by the messaging system as an identifier for the message, represented as a string.

  • MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_COMPRESSED_SIZE_BYTES: "messaging.message_payload_compressed_size_bytes"

    The compressed size of the message payload in bytes.

  • MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_SIZE_BYTES: "messaging.message_payload_size_bytes"

    The (uncompressed) size of the message payload in bytes. Also use this attribute if it is unknown whether the compressed or uncompressed payload size is reported.

  • MESSAGING_OPERATION: "messaging.operation"

    A string identifying the kind of message consumption as defined in the Operation names section above. If the operation is "send", this attribute MUST NOT be set, since the operation can be inferred from the span kind in that case.

  • MESSAGING_PROTOCOL: "messaging.protocol"

    The name of the transport protocol.

  • MESSAGING_PROTOCOL_VERSION: "messaging.protocol_version"

    The version of the transport protocol.

  • MESSAGING_RABBITMQ_ROUTING_KEY: "messaging.rabbitmq.routing_key"

    RabbitMQ message routing key.

  • MESSAGING_SYSTEM: "messaging.system"

    A string identifying the messaging system.

  • MESSAGING_TEMP_DESTINATION: "messaging.temp_destination"

    A boolean that is true if the message destination is temporary.

  • MESSAGING_URL: "messaging.url"

    Connection string.

  • NET_HOST_CARRIER_ICC: "net.host.carrier.icc"

    The ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 2-character country code associated with the mobile carrier network.

  • NET_HOST_CARRIER_MCC: "net.host.carrier.mcc"

    The mobile carrier country code.

  • NET_HOST_CARRIER_MNC: "net.host.carrier.mnc"

    The mobile carrier network code.

  • NET_HOST_CARRIER_NAME: "net.host.carrier.name"

    The name of the mobile carrier.

  • NET_HOST_CONNECTION_SUBTYPE: "net.host.connection.subtype"

    This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

  • NET_HOST_CONNECTION_TYPE: "net.host.connection.type"

    The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

  • NET_HOST_IP: "net.host.ip"

    Like net.peer.ip but for the host IP. Useful in case of a multi-IP host.

  • NET_HOST_NAME: "net.host.name"

    Local hostname or similar, see note below.

  • NET_HOST_PORT: "net.host.port"

    Like net.peer.port but for the host port.

  • NET_PEER_IP: "net.peer.ip"

    Remote address of the peer (dotted decimal for IPv4 or RFC5952 for IPv6).

  • NET_PEER_NAME: "net.peer.name"

    Remote hostname or similar, see note below.

  • NET_PEER_PORT: "net.peer.port"

    Remote port number.

  • NET_TRANSPORT: "net.transport"

    Transport protocol used. See note below.

  • PEER_SERVICE: "peer.service"

    The service.name of the remote service. SHOULD be equal to the actual service.name resource attribute of the remote service if any.

  • RPC_GRPC_STATUS_CODE: "rpc.grpc.status_code"

    The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

  • RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_CODE: "rpc.jsonrpc.error_code"

    error.code property of response if it is an error response.

  • RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_MESSAGE: "rpc.jsonrpc.error_message"

    error.message property of response if it is an error response.

  • RPC_JSONRPC_REQUEST_ID: "rpc.jsonrpc.request_id"

    id property of request or response. Since protocol allows id to be int, string, null or missing (for notifications), value is expected to be cast to string for simplicity. Use empty string in case of null value. Omit entirely if this is a notification.

  • RPC_JSONRPC_VERSION: "rpc.jsonrpc.version"

    Protocol version as in jsonrpc property of request/response. Since JSON-RPC 1.0 does not specify this, the value can be omitted.

  • RPC_METHOD: "rpc.method"

    The name of the (logical) method being called, must be equal to the $method part in the span name.

    Note: This is the logical name of the method from the RPC interface perspective, which can be different from the name of any implementing method/function. The code.function attribute may be used to store the latter (e.g., method actually executing the call on the server side, RPC client stub method on the client side).

  • RPC_SERVICE: "rpc.service"

    The full (logical) name of the service being called, including its package name, if applicable.

    Note: This is the logical name of the service from the RPC interface perspective, which can be different from the name of any implementing class. The code.namespace attribute may be used to store the latter (despite the attribute name, it may include a class name; e.g., class with method actually executing the call on the server side, RPC client stub class on the client side).

  • RPC_SYSTEM: "rpc.system"

    A string identifying the remoting system.

  • THREAD_ID: "thread.id"

    Current "managed" thread ID (as opposed to OS thread ID).

  • THREAD_NAME: "thread.name"

    Current thread name.

SemanticResourceAttributes: { AWS_ECS_CLUSTER_ARN: "aws.ecs.cluster.arn"; AWS_ECS_CONTAINER_ARN: "aws.ecs.container.arn"; AWS_ECS_LAUNCHTYPE: "aws.ecs.launchtype"; AWS_ECS_TASK_ARN: "aws.ecs.task.arn"; AWS_ECS_TASK_FAMILY: "aws.ecs.task.family"; AWS_ECS_TASK_REVISION: "aws.ecs.task.revision"; AWS_EKS_CLUSTER_ARN: "aws.eks.cluster.arn"; AWS_LOG_GROUP_ARNS: "aws.log.group.arns"; AWS_LOG_GROUP_NAMES: "aws.log.group.names"; AWS_LOG_STREAM_ARNS: "aws.log.stream.arns"; AWS_LOG_STREAM_NAMES: "aws.log.stream.names"; CLOUD_ACCOUNT_ID: "cloud.account.id"; CLOUD_AVAILABILITY_ZONE: "cloud.availability_zone"; CLOUD_PLATFORM: "cloud.platform"; CLOUD_PROVIDER: "cloud.provider"; CLOUD_REGION: "cloud.region"; CONTAINER_ID: "container.id"; CONTAINER_IMAGE_NAME: "container.image.name"; CONTAINER_IMAGE_TAG: "container.image.tag"; CONTAINER_NAME: "container.name"; CONTAINER_RUNTIME: "container.runtime"; DEPLOYMENT_ENVIRONMENT: "deployment.environment"; DEVICE_ID: "device.id"; DEVICE_MODEL_IDENTIFIER: "device.model.identifier"; DEVICE_MODEL_NAME: "device.model.name"; FAAS_ID: "faas.id"; FAAS_INSTANCE: "faas.instance"; FAAS_MAX_MEMORY: "faas.max_memory"; FAAS_NAME: "faas.name"; FAAS_VERSION: "faas.version"; HOST_ARCH: "host.arch"; HOST_ID: "host.id"; HOST_IMAGE_ID: "host.image.id"; HOST_IMAGE_NAME: "host.image.name"; HOST_IMAGE_VERSION: "host.image.version"; HOST_NAME: "host.name"; HOST_TYPE: "host.type"; K8S_CLUSTER_NAME: "k8s.cluster.name"; K8S_CONTAINER_NAME: "k8s.container.name"; K8S_CRONJOB_NAME: "k8s.cronjob.name"; K8S_CRONJOB_UID: "k8s.cronjob.uid"; K8S_DAEMONSET_NAME: "k8s.daemonset.name"; K8S_DAEMONSET_UID: "k8s.daemonset.uid"; K8S_DEPLOYMENT_NAME: "k8s.deployment.name"; K8S_DEPLOYMENT_UID: "k8s.deployment.uid"; K8S_JOB_NAME: "k8s.job.name"; K8S_JOB_UID: "k8s.job.uid"; K8S_NAMESPACE_NAME: "k8s.namespace.name"; K8S_NODE_NAME: "k8s.node.name"; K8S_NODE_UID: "k8s.node.uid"; K8S_POD_NAME: "k8s.pod.name"; K8S_POD_UID: "k8s.pod.uid"; K8S_REPLICASET_NAME: "k8s.replicaset.name"; K8S_REPLICASET_UID: "k8s.replicaset.uid"; K8S_STATEFULSET_NAME: "k8s.statefulset.name"; K8S_STATEFULSET_UID: "k8s.statefulset.uid"; OS_DESCRIPTION: "os.description"; OS_NAME: "os.name"; OS_TYPE: "os.type"; OS_VERSION: "os.version"; PROCESS_COMMAND: "process.command"; PROCESS_COMMAND_ARGS: "process.command_args"; PROCESS_COMMAND_LINE: "process.command_line"; PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_NAME: "process.executable.name"; PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_PATH: "process.executable.path"; PROCESS_OWNER: "process.owner"; PROCESS_PID: "process.pid"; PROCESS_RUNTIME_DESCRIPTION: "process.runtime.description"; PROCESS_RUNTIME_NAME: "process.runtime.name"; PROCESS_RUNTIME_VERSION: "process.runtime.version"; SERVICE_INSTANCE_ID: "service.instance.id"; SERVICE_NAME: "service.name"; SERVICE_NAMESPACE: "service.namespace"; SERVICE_VERSION: "service.version"; TELEMETRY_AUTO_VERSION: "telemetry.auto.version"; TELEMETRY_SDK_LANGUAGE: "telemetry.sdk.language"; TELEMETRY_SDK_NAME: "telemetry.sdk.name"; TELEMETRY_SDK_VERSION: "telemetry.sdk.version"; WEBENGINE_DESCRIPTION: "webengine.description"; WEBENGINE_NAME: "webengine.name"; WEBENGINE_VERSION: "webengine.version" }

Definition of available values for SemanticResourceAttributes This type is used for backward compatibility, you should use the individual exported constants SemanticResourceAttributes_XXXXX rather than the exported constant map. As any single reference to a constant map value will result in all strings being included into your bundle.

deprecated

Use the SEMRESATTRS_XXXXX constants rather than the SemanticResourceAttributes.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • AWS_ECS_CLUSTER_ARN: "aws.ecs.cluster.arn"

    The ARN of an ECS cluster.

  • AWS_ECS_CONTAINER_ARN: "aws.ecs.container.arn"

    The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an ECS container instance.

  • AWS_ECS_LAUNCHTYPE: "aws.ecs.launchtype"

    The launch type for an ECS task.

  • AWS_ECS_TASK_ARN: "aws.ecs.task.arn"

    The ARN of an ECS task definition.

  • AWS_ECS_TASK_FAMILY: "aws.ecs.task.family"

    The task definition family this task definition is a member of.

  • AWS_ECS_TASK_REVISION: "aws.ecs.task.revision"

    The revision for this task definition.

  • AWS_EKS_CLUSTER_ARN: "aws.eks.cluster.arn"

    The ARN of an EKS cluster.

  • AWS_LOG_GROUP_ARNS: "aws.log.group.arns"

    The Amazon Resource Name(s) (ARN) of the AWS log group(s).

  • AWS_LOG_GROUP_NAMES: "aws.log.group.names"

    The name(s) of the AWS log group(s) an application is writing to.

    Note: Multiple log groups must be supported for cases like multi-container applications, where a single application has sidecar containers, and each write to their own log group.

  • AWS_LOG_STREAM_ARNS: "aws.log.stream.arns"

    The ARN(s) of the AWS log stream(s).

    Note: See the log stream ARN format documentation. One log group can contain several log streams, so these ARNs necessarily identify both a log group and a log stream.

  • AWS_LOG_STREAM_NAMES: "aws.log.stream.names"

    The name(s) of the AWS log stream(s) an application is writing to.

  • CLOUD_ACCOUNT_ID: "cloud.account.id"

    The cloud account ID the resource is assigned to.

  • CLOUD_AVAILABILITY_ZONE: "cloud.availability_zone"

    Cloud regions often have multiple, isolated locations known as zones to increase availability. Availability zone represents the zone where the resource is running.

    Note: Availability zones are called "zones" on Alibaba Cloud and Google Cloud.

  • CLOUD_PLATFORM: "cloud.platform"

    The cloud platform in use.

    Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

  • CLOUD_PROVIDER: "cloud.provider"

    Name of the cloud provider.

  • CLOUD_REGION: "cloud.region"

    The geographical region the resource is running. Refer to your provider's docs to see the available regions, for example Alibaba Cloud regions, AWS regions, Azure regions, or Google Cloud regions.

  • CONTAINER_ID: "container.id"

    Container ID. Usually a UUID, as for example used to identify Docker containers. The UUID might be abbreviated.

  • CONTAINER_IMAGE_NAME: "container.image.name"

    Name of the image the container was built on.

  • CONTAINER_IMAGE_TAG: "container.image.tag"

    Container image tag.

  • CONTAINER_NAME: "container.name"

    Container name.

  • CONTAINER_RUNTIME: "container.runtime"

    The container runtime managing this container.

  • DEPLOYMENT_ENVIRONMENT: "deployment.environment"

    Name of the deployment environment (aka deployment tier).

  • DEVICE_ID: "device.id"

    A unique identifier representing the device.

    Note: The device identifier MUST only be defined using the values outlined below. This value is not an advertising identifier and MUST NOT be used as such. On iOS (Swift or Objective-C), this value MUST be equal to the vendor identifier. On Android (Java or Kotlin), this value MUST be equal to the Firebase Installation ID or a globally unique UUID which is persisted across sessions in your application. More information can be found here on best practices and exact implementation details. Caution should be taken when storing personal data or anything which can identify a user. GDPR and data protection laws may apply, ensure you do your own due diligence.

  • DEVICE_MODEL_IDENTIFIER: "device.model.identifier"

    The model identifier for the device.

    Note: It's recommended this value represents a machine readable version of the model identifier rather than the market or consumer-friendly name of the device.

  • DEVICE_MODEL_NAME: "device.model.name"

    The marketing name for the device model.

    Note: It's recommended this value represents a human readable version of the device model rather than a machine readable alternative.

  • FAAS_ID: "faas.id"

    The unique ID of the single function that this runtime instance executes.

    Note: Depending on the cloud provider, use:

    AWS Lambda: The function ARN. Take care not to use the "invoked ARN" directly but replace any alias suffix with the resolved function version, as the same runtime instance may be invokable with multiple different aliases. GCP: The URI of the resource Azure: The Fully Qualified Resource ID.

    On some providers, it may not be possible to determine the full ID at startup, which is why this field cannot be made required. For example, on AWS the account ID part of the ARN is not available without calling another AWS API which may be deemed too slow for a short-running lambda function. As an alternative, consider setting faas.id as a span attribute instead.

  • FAAS_INSTANCE: "faas.instance"

    The execution environment ID as a string, that will be potentially reused for other invocations to the same function/function version.

    Note: * AWS Lambda: Use the (full) log stream name.

  • FAAS_MAX_MEMORY: "faas.max_memory"

    The amount of memory available to the serverless function in MiB.

    Note: It's recommended to set this attribute since e.g. too little memory can easily stop a Java AWS Lambda function from working correctly. On AWS Lambda, the environment variable AWS_LAMBDA_FUNCTION_MEMORY_SIZE provides this information.

  • FAAS_NAME: "faas.name"

    The name of the single function that this runtime instance executes.

    Note: This is the name of the function as configured/deployed on the FaaS platform and is usually different from the name of the callback function (which may be stored in the code.namespace/code.function span attributes).

  • FAAS_VERSION: "faas.version"

    The immutable version of the function being executed.

    Note: Depending on the cloud provider and platform, use:

    AWS Lambda: The function version (an integer represented as a decimal string). Google Cloud Run: The revision (i.e., the function name plus the revision suffix). Google Cloud Functions: The value of the K_REVISION environment variable. Azure Functions: Not applicable. Do not set this attribute.

  • HOST_ARCH: "host.arch"

    The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

  • HOST_ID: "host.id"

    Unique host ID. For Cloud, this must be the instance_id assigned by the cloud provider.

  • HOST_IMAGE_ID: "host.image.id"

    VM image ID. For Cloud, this value is from the provider.

  • HOST_IMAGE_NAME: "host.image.name"

    Name of the VM image or OS install the host was instantiated from.

  • HOST_IMAGE_VERSION: "host.image.version"

    The version string of the VM image as defined in Version Attributes.

  • HOST_NAME: "host.name"

    Name of the host. On Unix systems, it may contain what the hostname command returns, or the fully qualified hostname, or another name specified by the user.

  • HOST_TYPE: "host.type"

    Type of host. For Cloud, this must be the machine type.

  • K8S_CLUSTER_NAME: "k8s.cluster.name"

    The name of the cluster.

  • K8S_CONTAINER_NAME: "k8s.container.name"

    The name of the Container in a Pod template.

  • K8S_CRONJOB_NAME: "k8s.cronjob.name"

    The name of the CronJob.

  • K8S_CRONJOB_UID: "k8s.cronjob.uid"

    The UID of the CronJob.

  • K8S_DAEMONSET_NAME: "k8s.daemonset.name"

    The name of the DaemonSet.

  • K8S_DAEMONSET_UID: "k8s.daemonset.uid"

    The UID of the DaemonSet.

  • K8S_DEPLOYMENT_NAME: "k8s.deployment.name"

    The name of the Deployment.

  • K8S_DEPLOYMENT_UID: "k8s.deployment.uid"

    The UID of the Deployment.

  • K8S_JOB_NAME: "k8s.job.name"

    The name of the Job.

  • K8S_JOB_UID: "k8s.job.uid"

    The UID of the Job.

  • K8S_NAMESPACE_NAME: "k8s.namespace.name"

    The name of the namespace that the pod is running in.

  • K8S_NODE_NAME: "k8s.node.name"

    The name of the Node.

  • K8S_NODE_UID: "k8s.node.uid"

    The UID of the Node.

  • K8S_POD_NAME: "k8s.pod.name"

    The name of the Pod.

  • K8S_POD_UID: "k8s.pod.uid"

    The UID of the Pod.

  • K8S_REPLICASET_NAME: "k8s.replicaset.name"

    The name of the ReplicaSet.

  • K8S_REPLICASET_UID: "k8s.replicaset.uid"

    The UID of the ReplicaSet.

  • K8S_STATEFULSET_NAME: "k8s.statefulset.name"

    The name of the StatefulSet.

  • K8S_STATEFULSET_UID: "k8s.statefulset.uid"

    The UID of the StatefulSet.

  • OS_DESCRIPTION: "os.description"

    Human readable (not intended to be parsed) OS version information, like e.g. reported by ver or lsb_release -a commands.

  • OS_NAME: "os.name"

    Human readable operating system name.

  • OS_TYPE: "os.type"

    The operating system type.

  • OS_VERSION: "os.version"

    The version string of the operating system as defined in Version Attributes.

  • PROCESS_COMMAND: "process.command"

    The command used to launch the process (i.e. the command name). On Linux based systems, can be set to the zeroth string in proc/[pid]/cmdline. On Windows, can be set to the first parameter extracted from GetCommandLineW.

  • PROCESS_COMMAND_ARGS: "process.command_args"

    All the command arguments (including the command/executable itself) as received by the process. On Linux-based systems (and some other Unixoid systems supporting procfs), can be set according to the list of null-delimited strings extracted from proc/[pid]/cmdline. For libc-based executables, this would be the full argv vector passed to main.

  • PROCESS_COMMAND_LINE: "process.command_line"

    The full command used to launch the process as a single string representing the full command. On Windows, can be set to the result of GetCommandLineW. Do not set this if you have to assemble it just for monitoring; use process.command_args instead.

  • PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_NAME: "process.executable.name"

    The name of the process executable. On Linux based systems, can be set to the Name in proc/[pid]/status. On Windows, can be set to the base name of GetProcessImageFileNameW.

  • PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_PATH: "process.executable.path"

    The full path to the process executable. On Linux based systems, can be set to the target of proc/[pid]/exe. On Windows, can be set to the result of GetProcessImageFileNameW.

  • PROCESS_OWNER: "process.owner"

    The username of the user that owns the process.

  • PROCESS_PID: "process.pid"

    Process identifier (PID).

  • PROCESS_RUNTIME_DESCRIPTION: "process.runtime.description"

    An additional description about the runtime of the process, for example a specific vendor customization of the runtime environment.

  • PROCESS_RUNTIME_NAME: "process.runtime.name"

    The name of the runtime of this process. For compiled native binaries, this SHOULD be the name of the compiler.

  • PROCESS_RUNTIME_VERSION: "process.runtime.version"

    The version of the runtime of this process, as returned by the runtime without modification.

  • SERVICE_INSTANCE_ID: "service.instance.id"

    The string ID of the service instance.

    Note: MUST be unique for each instance of the same service.namespace,service.name pair (in other words service.namespace,service.name,service.instance.id triplet MUST be globally unique). The ID helps to distinguish instances of the same service that exist at the same time (e.g. instances of a horizontally scaled service). It is preferable for the ID to be persistent and stay the same for the lifetime of the service instance, however it is acceptable that the ID is ephemeral and changes during important lifetime events for the service (e.g. service restarts). If the service has no inherent unique ID that can be used as the value of this attribute it is recommended to generate a random Version 1 or Version 4 RFC 4122 UUID (services aiming for reproducible UUIDs may also use Version 5, see RFC 4122 for more recommendations).

  • SERVICE_NAME: "service.name"

    Logical name of the service.

    Note: MUST be the same for all instances of horizontally scaled services. If the value was not specified, SDKs MUST fallback to unknown_service: concatenated with process.executable.name, e.g. unknown_service:bash. If process.executable.name is not available, the value MUST be set to unknown_service.

  • SERVICE_NAMESPACE: "service.namespace"

    A namespace for service.name.

    Note: A string value having a meaning that helps to distinguish a group of services, for example the team name that owns a group of services. service.name is expected to be unique within the same namespace. If service.namespace is not specified in the Resource then service.name is expected to be unique for all services that have no explicit namespace defined (so the empty/unspecified namespace is simply one more valid namespace). Zero-length namespace string is assumed equal to unspecified namespace.

  • SERVICE_VERSION: "service.version"

    The version string of the service API or implementation.

  • TELEMETRY_AUTO_VERSION: "telemetry.auto.version"

    The version string of the auto instrumentation agent, if used.

  • TELEMETRY_SDK_LANGUAGE: "telemetry.sdk.language"

    The language of the telemetry SDK.

  • TELEMETRY_SDK_NAME: "telemetry.sdk.name"

    The name of the telemetry SDK as defined above.

  • TELEMETRY_SDK_VERSION: "telemetry.sdk.version"

    The version string of the telemetry SDK.

  • WEBENGINE_DESCRIPTION: "webengine.description"

    Additional description of the web engine (e.g. detailed version and edition information).

  • WEBENGINE_NAME: "webengine.name"

    The name of the web engine.

  • WEBENGINE_VERSION: "webengine.version"

    The version of the web engine.

TelemetrySdkLanguageValues: { CPP: "cpp"; DOTNET: "dotnet"; ERLANG: "erlang"; GO: "go"; JAVA: "java"; NODEJS: "nodejs"; PHP: "php"; PYTHON: "python"; RUBY: "ruby"; WEBJS: "webjs" }

Identifies the Values for TelemetrySdkLanguageValues enum definition

The language of the telemetry SDK.

deprecated

Use the TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the TelemetrySdkLanguageValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

Type declaration

  • CPP: "cpp"

    cpp.

  • DOTNET: "dotnet"

    dotnet.

  • ERLANG: "erlang"

    erlang.

  • GO: "go"

    go.

  • JAVA: "java"

    java.

  • NODEJS: "nodejs"

    nodejs.

  • PHP: "php"

    php.

  • PYTHON: "python"

    python.

  • RUBY: "ruby"

    ruby.

  • WEBJS: "webjs"

    webjs.

Variables

AWSECSLAUNCHTYPEVALUES_EC2: "ec2" = TMP_AWSECSLAUNCHTYPEVALUES_EC2

The launch type for an ECS task.

AWSECSLAUNCHTYPEVALUES_FARGATE: "fargate" = TMP_AWSECSLAUNCHTYPEVALUES_FARGATE

The launch type for an ECS task.

AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues: AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues

The constant map of values for AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues.

deprecated

Use the AWSECSLAUNCHTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the AwsEcsLaunchtypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD_ECS: "alibaba_cloud_ecs" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD_ECS

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD_FC: "alibaba_cloud_fc" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD_FC

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_EC2: "aws_ec2" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_EC2

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_ECS: "aws_ecs" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_ECS

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_EKS: "aws_eks" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_EKS

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_ELASTIC_BEANSTALK: "aws_elastic_beanstalk" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_ELASTIC_BEANSTALK

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_LAMBDA: "aws_lambda" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AWS_LAMBDA

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_AKS: "azure_aks" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_AKS

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_APP_SERVICE: "azure_app_service" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_APP_SERVICE

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_CONTAINER_INSTANCES: "azure_container_instances" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_CONTAINER_INSTANCES

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_FUNCTIONS: "azure_functions" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_FUNCTIONS

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_VM: "azure_vm" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_AZURE_VM

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_APP_ENGINE: "gcp_app_engine" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_APP_ENGINE

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_CLOUD_FUNCTIONS: "gcp_cloud_functions" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_CLOUD_FUNCTIONS

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_CLOUD_RUN: "gcp_cloud_run" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_CLOUD_RUN

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_COMPUTE_ENGINE: "gcp_compute_engine" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_COMPUTE_ENGINE

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_KUBERNETES_ENGINE: "gcp_kubernetes_engine" = TMP_CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_GCP_KUBERNETES_ENGINE

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD: "alibaba_cloud" = TMP_CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD

Name of the cloud provider.

CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_AWS: "aws" = TMP_CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_AWS

Name of the cloud provider.

CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_AZURE: "azure" = TMP_CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_AZURE

Name of the cloud provider.

CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_GCP: "gcp" = TMP_CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_GCP

Name of the cloud provider.

CloudPlatformValues: CloudPlatformValues

The constant map of values for CloudPlatformValues.

deprecated

Use the CLOUDPLATFORMVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the CloudPlatformValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

CloudProviderValues: CloudProviderValues

The constant map of values for CloudProviderValues.

deprecated

Use the CLOUDPROVIDERVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the CloudProviderValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_ALL: "all" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_ALL

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_ANY: "any" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_ANY

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_EACH_QUORUM: "each_quorum" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_EACH_QUORUM

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_LOCAL_ONE: "local_one" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_LOCAL_ONE

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_LOCAL_QUORUM: "local_quorum" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_LOCAL_QUORUM

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_LOCAL_SERIAL: "local_serial" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_LOCAL_SERIAL

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_ONE: "one" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_ONE

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_QUORUM: "quorum" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_QUORUM

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_SERIAL: "serial" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_SERIAL

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_THREE: "three" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_THREE

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_TWO: "two" = TMP_DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_TWO

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_ADABAS: "adabas" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_ADABAS

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_CACHE: "cache" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_CACHE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_CASSANDRA: "cassandra" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_CASSANDRA

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_CLOUDSCAPE: "cloudscape" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_CLOUDSCAPE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_COCKROACHDB: "cockroachdb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_COCKROACHDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_COLDFUSION: "coldfusion" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_COLDFUSION

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_COSMOSDB: "cosmosdb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_COSMOSDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_COUCHBASE: "couchbase" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_COUCHBASE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_COUCHDB: "couchdb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_COUCHDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_DB2: "db2" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_DB2

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_DERBY: "derby" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_DERBY

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_DYNAMODB: "dynamodb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_DYNAMODB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_EDB: "edb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_EDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_ELASTICSEARCH: "elasticsearch" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_ELASTICSEARCH

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_FILEMAKER: "filemaker" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_FILEMAKER

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_FIREBIRD: "firebird" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_FIREBIRD

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_FIRSTSQL: "firstsql" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_FIRSTSQL

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_GEODE: "geode" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_GEODE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_H2: "h2" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_H2

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_HANADB: "hanadb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_HANADB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_HBASE: "hbase" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_HBASE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_HIVE: "hive" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_HIVE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_HSQLDB: "hsqldb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_HSQLDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_INFORMIX: "informix" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_INFORMIX

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_INGRES: "ingres" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_INGRES

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_INSTANTDB: "instantdb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_INSTANTDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_INTERBASE: "interbase" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_INTERBASE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_MARIADB: "mariadb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_MARIADB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_MAXDB: "maxdb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_MAXDB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_MEMCACHED: "memcached" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_MEMCACHED

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_MONGODB: "mongodb" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_MONGODB

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_MSSQL: "mssql" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_MSSQL

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_MYSQL: "mysql" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_MYSQL

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_NEO4J: "neo4j" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_NEO4J

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_NETEZZA: "netezza" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_NETEZZA

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_ORACLE: "oracle" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_ORACLE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_OTHER_SQL: "other_sql" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_OTHER_SQL

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_PERVASIVE: "pervasive" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_PERVASIVE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_POINTBASE: "pointbase" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_POINTBASE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_POSTGRESQL: "postgresql" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_POSTGRESQL

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_PROGRESS: "progress" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_PROGRESS

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_REDIS: "redis" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_REDIS

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_REDSHIFT: "redshift" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_REDSHIFT

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_SQLITE: "sqlite" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_SQLITE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_SYBASE: "sybase" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_SYBASE

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_TERADATA: "teradata" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_TERADATA

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DBSYSTEMVALUES_VERTICA: "vertica" = TMP_DBSYSTEMVALUES_VERTICA

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues: DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues

The constant map of values for DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues.

deprecated

Use the DBCASSANDRACONSISTENCYLEVELVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the DbCassandraConsistencyLevelValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

DbSystemValues: DbSystemValues

The constant map of values for DbSystemValues.

deprecated

Use the DBSYSTEMVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the DbSystemValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_DELETE: "delete" = TMP_FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_DELETE

Describes the type of the operation that was performed on the data.

FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_EDIT: "edit" = TMP_FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_EDIT

Describes the type of the operation that was performed on the data.

FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_INSERT: "insert" = TMP_FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_INSERT

Describes the type of the operation that was performed on the data.

FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD: "alibaba_cloud" = TMP_FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_ALIBABA_CLOUD

The cloud provider of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_AWS: "aws" = TMP_FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_AWS

The cloud provider of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_AZURE: "azure" = TMP_FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_AZURE

The cloud provider of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_GCP: "gcp" = TMP_FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_GCP

The cloud provider of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

FAASTRIGGERVALUES_DATASOURCE: "datasource" = TMP_FAASTRIGGERVALUES_DATASOURCE

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

FAASTRIGGERVALUES_HTTP: "http" = TMP_FAASTRIGGERVALUES_HTTP

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

FAASTRIGGERVALUES_OTHER: "other" = TMP_FAASTRIGGERVALUES_OTHER

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

FAASTRIGGERVALUES_PUBSUB: "pubsub" = TMP_FAASTRIGGERVALUES_PUBSUB

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

FAASTRIGGERVALUES_TIMER: "timer" = TMP_FAASTRIGGERVALUES_TIMER

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

FaasDocumentOperationValues: FaasDocumentOperationValues

The constant map of values for FaasDocumentOperationValues.

deprecated

Use the FAASDOCUMENTOPERATIONVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the FaasDocumentOperationValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

FaasInvokedProviderValues: FaasInvokedProviderValues

The constant map of values for FaasInvokedProviderValues.

deprecated

Use the FAASINVOKEDPROVIDERVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the FaasInvokedProviderValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

FaasTriggerValues: FaasTriggerValues

The constant map of values for FaasTriggerValues.

deprecated

Use the FAASTRIGGERVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the FaasTriggerValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

HOSTARCHVALUES_AMD64: "amd64" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_AMD64

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HOSTARCHVALUES_ARM32: "arm32" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_ARM32

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HOSTARCHVALUES_ARM64: "arm64" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_ARM64

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HOSTARCHVALUES_IA64: "ia64" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_IA64

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HOSTARCHVALUES_PPC32: "ppc32" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_PPC32

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HOSTARCHVALUES_PPC64: "ppc64" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_PPC64

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HOSTARCHVALUES_X86: "x86" = TMP_HOSTARCHVALUES_X86

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

HTTPFLAVORVALUES_HTTP_1_0: "1.0" = TMP_HTTPFLAVORVALUES_HTTP_1_0

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

HTTPFLAVORVALUES_HTTP_1_1: "1.1" = TMP_HTTPFLAVORVALUES_HTTP_1_1

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

HTTPFLAVORVALUES_HTTP_2_0: "2.0" = TMP_HTTPFLAVORVALUES_HTTP_2_0

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

HTTPFLAVORVALUES_QUIC: "QUIC" = TMP_HTTPFLAVORVALUES_QUIC

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

HTTPFLAVORVALUES_SPDY: "SPDY" = TMP_HTTPFLAVORVALUES_SPDY

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

HostArchValues: HostArchValues

The constant map of values for HostArchValues.

deprecated

Use the HOSTARCHVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the HostArchValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

HttpFlavorValues: HttpFlavorValues

The constant map of values for HttpFlavorValues.

deprecated

Use the HTTPFLAVORVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the HttpFlavorValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

MESSAGETYPEVALUES_RECEIVED: "RECEIVED" = TMP_MESSAGETYPEVALUES_RECEIVED

Whether this is a received or sent message.

MESSAGETYPEVALUES_SENT: "SENT" = TMP_MESSAGETYPEVALUES_SENT

Whether this is a received or sent message.

MESSAGINGDESTINATIONKINDVALUES_QUEUE: "queue" = TMP_MESSAGINGDESTINATIONKINDVALUES_QUEUE

The kind of message destination.

MESSAGINGDESTINATIONKINDVALUES_TOPIC: "topic" = TMP_MESSAGINGDESTINATIONKINDVALUES_TOPIC

The kind of message destination.

MESSAGINGOPERATIONVALUES_PROCESS: "process" = TMP_MESSAGINGOPERATIONVALUES_PROCESS

A string identifying the kind of message consumption as defined in the Operation names section above. If the operation is "send", this attribute MUST NOT be set, since the operation can be inferred from the span kind in that case.

MESSAGINGOPERATIONVALUES_RECEIVE: "receive" = TMP_MESSAGINGOPERATIONVALUES_RECEIVE

A string identifying the kind of message consumption as defined in the Operation names section above. If the operation is "send", this attribute MUST NOT be set, since the operation can be inferred from the span kind in that case.

MessageTypeValues: MessageTypeValues

The constant map of values for MessageTypeValues.

deprecated

Use the MESSAGETYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the MessageTypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

MessagingDestinationKindValues: MessagingDestinationKindValues

The constant map of values for MessagingDestinationKindValues.

deprecated

Use the MESSAGINGDESTINATIONKINDVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the MessagingDestinationKindValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

MessagingOperationValues: MessagingOperationValues

The constant map of values for MessagingOperationValues.

deprecated

Use the MESSAGINGOPERATIONVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the MessagingOperationValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_CDMA: "cdma" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_CDMA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_CDMA2000_1XRTT: "cdma2000_1xrtt" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_CDMA2000_1XRTT

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EDGE: "edge" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EDGE

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EHRPD: "ehrpd" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EHRPD

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EVDO_0: "evdo_0" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EVDO_0

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EVDO_A: "evdo_a" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EVDO_A

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EVDO_B: "evdo_b" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_EVDO_B

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_GPRS: "gprs" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_GPRS

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_GSM: "gsm" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_GSM

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSDPA: "hsdpa" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSDPA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSPA: "hspa" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSPA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSPAP: "hspap" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSPAP

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSUPA: "hsupa" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_HSUPA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_IDEN: "iden" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_IDEN

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_IWLAN: "iwlan" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_IWLAN

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_LTE: "lte" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_LTE

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_LTE_CA: "lte_ca" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_LTE_CA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_NR: "nr" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_NR

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_NRNSA: "nrnsa" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_NRNSA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_TD_SCDMA: "td_scdma" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_TD_SCDMA

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_UMTS: "umts" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_UMTS

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_CELL: "cell" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_CELL

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_UNAVAILABLE: "unavailable" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_UNAVAILABLE

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_UNKNOWN: "unknown" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_UNKNOWN

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_WIFI: "wifi" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_WIFI

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_WIRED: "wired" = TMP_NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_WIRED

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_INPROC: "inproc" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_INPROC

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_IP: "ip" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_IP

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_IP_TCP: "ip_tcp" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_IP_TCP

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_IP_UDP: "ip_udp" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_IP_UDP

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_OTHER: "other" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_OTHER

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_PIPE: "pipe" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_PIPE

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NETTRANSPORTVALUES_UNIX: "unix" = TMP_NETTRANSPORTVALUES_UNIX

Transport protocol used. See note below.

NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues: NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues

The constant map of values for NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues.

deprecated

Use the NETHOSTCONNECTIONSUBTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the NetHostConnectionSubtypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

NetHostConnectionTypeValues: NetHostConnectionTypeValues

The constant map of values for NetHostConnectionTypeValues.

deprecated

Use the NETHOSTCONNECTIONTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the NetHostConnectionTypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

NetTransportValues: NetTransportValues

The constant map of values for NetTransportValues.

deprecated

Use the NETTRANSPORTVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the NetTransportValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

OSTYPEVALUES_AIX: "aix" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_AIX

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_DARWIN: "darwin" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_DARWIN

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_DRAGONFLYBSD: "dragonflybsd" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_DRAGONFLYBSD

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_FREEBSD: "freebsd" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_FREEBSD

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_HPUX: "hpux" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_HPUX

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_LINUX: "linux" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_LINUX

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_NETBSD: "netbsd" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_NETBSD

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_OPENBSD: "openbsd" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_OPENBSD

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_SOLARIS: "solaris" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_SOLARIS

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_WINDOWS: "windows" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_WINDOWS

The operating system type.

OSTYPEVALUES_Z_OS: "z_os" = TMP_OSTYPEVALUES_Z_OS

The operating system type.

OsTypeValues: OsTypeValues

The constant map of values for OsTypeValues.

deprecated

Use the OSTYPEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the OsTypeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_ABORTED: 10 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_ABORTED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_ALREADY_EXISTS: 6 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_ALREADY_EXISTS

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_CANCELLED: 1 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_CANCELLED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_DATA_LOSS: 15 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_DATA_LOSS

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_DEADLINE_EXCEEDED: 4 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_DEADLINE_EXCEEDED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_FAILED_PRECONDITION: 9 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_FAILED_PRECONDITION

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_INTERNAL: 13 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_INTERNAL

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_INVALID_ARGUMENT: 3 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_INVALID_ARGUMENT

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_NOT_FOUND: 5 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_NOT_FOUND

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_OK: 0 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_OK

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_OUT_OF_RANGE: 11 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_OUT_OF_RANGE

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_PERMISSION_DENIED: 7 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_PERMISSION_DENIED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED: 8 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNAUTHENTICATED: 16 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNAUTHENTICATED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNAVAILABLE: 14 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNAVAILABLE

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNIMPLEMENTED: 12 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNIMPLEMENTED

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNKNOWN: 2 = TMP_RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_UNKNOWN

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues: RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues

The constant map of values for RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues.

deprecated

Use the RPCGRPCSTATUSCODEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the RpcGrpcStatusCodeValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTES_TO_GET: "aws.dynamodb.attributes_to_get" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTES_TO_GET

The value of the AttributesToGet request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTE_DEFINITIONS: "aws.dynamodb.attribute_definitions" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_ATTRIBUTE_DEFINITIONS

The JSON-serialized value of each item in the AttributeDefinitions request field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSISTENT_READ: "aws.dynamodb.consistent_read" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSISTENT_READ

The value of the ConsistentRead request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSUMED_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.consumed_capacity" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSUMED_CAPACITY

The JSON-serialized value of each item in the ConsumedCapacity response field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.count" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_COUNT

The value of the Count response parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_EXCLUSIVE_START_TABLE: "aws.dynamodb.exclusive_start_table" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_EXCLUSIVE_START_TABLE

The value of the ExclusiveStartTableName request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES: "aws.dynamodb.global_secondary_indexes" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES

The JSON-serialized value of each item of the GlobalSecondaryIndexes request field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEX_UPDATES: "aws.dynamodb.global_secondary_index_updates" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_GLOBAL_SECONDARY_INDEX_UPDATES

The JSON-serialized value of each item in the the GlobalSecondaryIndexUpdates request field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_INDEX_NAME: "aws.dynamodb.index_name" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_INDEX_NAME

The value of the IndexName request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_ITEM_COLLECTION_METRICS: "aws.dynamodb.item_collection_metrics" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_ITEM_COLLECTION_METRICS

The JSON-serialized value of the ItemCollectionMetrics response field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_LIMIT: "aws.dynamodb.limit" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_LIMIT

The value of the Limit request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_LOCAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES: "aws.dynamodb.local_secondary_indexes" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_LOCAL_SECONDARY_INDEXES

The JSON-serialized value of each item of the LocalSecondaryIndexes request field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_PROJECTION: "aws.dynamodb.projection" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_PROJECTION

The value of the ProjectionExpression request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_READ_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.provisioned_read_capacity" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_READ_CAPACITY

The value of the ProvisionedThroughput.ReadCapacityUnits request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_WRITE_CAPACITY: "aws.dynamodb.provisioned_write_capacity" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_PROVISIONED_WRITE_CAPACITY

The value of the ProvisionedThroughput.WriteCapacityUnits request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_SCANNED_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.scanned_count" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_SCANNED_COUNT

The value of the ScannedCount response parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_SCAN_FORWARD: "aws.dynamodb.scan_forward" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_SCAN_FORWARD

The value of the ScanIndexForward request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_SEGMENT: "aws.dynamodb.segment" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_SEGMENT

The value of the Segment request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_SELECT: "aws.dynamodb.select" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_SELECT

The value of the Select request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_COUNT: "aws.dynamodb.table_count" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_COUNT

The the number of items in the TableNames response parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_NAMES: "aws.dynamodb.table_names" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_TABLE_NAMES

The keys in the RequestItems object field.

SEMATTRS_AWS_DYNAMODB_TOTAL_SEGMENTS: "aws.dynamodb.total_segments" = TMP_AWS_DYNAMODB_TOTAL_SEGMENTS

The value of the TotalSegments request parameter.

SEMATTRS_AWS_LAMBDA_INVOKED_ARN: "aws.lambda.invoked_arn" = TMP_AWS_LAMBDA_INVOKED_ARN

The full invoked ARN as provided on the Context passed to the function (Lambda-Runtime-Invoked-Function-Arn header on the /runtime/invocation/next applicable).

Note: This may be different from faas.id if an alias is involved.

SEMATTRS_CODE_FILEPATH: "code.filepath" = TMP_CODE_FILEPATH

The source code file name that identifies the code unit as uniquely as possible (preferably an absolute file path).

SEMATTRS_CODE_FUNCTION: "code.function" = TMP_CODE_FUNCTION

The method or function name, or equivalent (usually rightmost part of the code unit's name).

SEMATTRS_CODE_LINENO: "code.lineno" = TMP_CODE_LINENO

The line number in code.filepath best representing the operation. It SHOULD point within the code unit named in code.function.

SEMATTRS_CODE_NAMESPACE: "code.namespace" = TMP_CODE_NAMESPACE

The "namespace" within which code.function is defined. Usually the qualified class or module name, such that code.namespace + some separator + code.function form a unique identifier for the code unit.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_CONSISTENCY_LEVEL: "db.cassandra.consistency_level" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_CONSISTENCY_LEVEL

The consistency level of the query. Based on consistency values from CQL.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_DC: "db.cassandra.coordinator.dc" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_DC

The data center of the coordinating node for a query.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_ID: "db.cassandra.coordinator.id" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_COORDINATOR_ID

The ID of the coordinating node for a query.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_IDEMPOTENCE: "db.cassandra.idempotence" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_IDEMPOTENCE

Whether or not the query is idempotent.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_KEYSPACE: "db.cassandra.keyspace" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_KEYSPACE

The name of the keyspace being accessed. To be used instead of the generic db.name attribute.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_PAGE_SIZE: "db.cassandra.page_size" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_PAGE_SIZE

The fetch size used for paging, i.e. how many rows will be returned at once.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_SPECULATIVE_EXECUTION_COUNT: "db.cassandra.speculative_execution_count" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_SPECULATIVE_EXECUTION_COUNT

The number of times a query was speculatively executed. Not set or 0 if the query was not executed speculatively.

SEMATTRS_DB_CASSANDRA_TABLE: "db.cassandra.table" = TMP_DB_CASSANDRA_TABLE

The name of the primary table that the operation is acting upon, including the schema name (if applicable).

Note: This mirrors the db.sql.table attribute but references cassandra rather than sql. It is not recommended to attempt any client-side parsing of db.statement just to get this property, but it should be set if it is provided by the library being instrumented. If the operation is acting upon an anonymous table, or more than one table, this value MUST NOT be set.

SEMATTRS_DB_CONNECTION_STRING: "db.connection_string" = TMP_DB_CONNECTION_STRING

The connection string used to connect to the database. It is recommended to remove embedded credentials.

SEMATTRS_DB_HBASE_NAMESPACE: "db.hbase.namespace" = TMP_DB_HBASE_NAMESPACE

The HBase namespace being accessed. To be used instead of the generic db.name attribute.

SEMATTRS_DB_JDBC_DRIVER_CLASSNAME: "db.jdbc.driver_classname" = TMP_DB_JDBC_DRIVER_CLASSNAME

The fully-qualified class name of the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) driver used to connect.

SEMATTRS_DB_MONGODB_COLLECTION: "db.mongodb.collection" = TMP_DB_MONGODB_COLLECTION

The collection being accessed within the database stated in db.name.

SEMATTRS_DB_MSSQL_INSTANCE_NAME: "db.mssql.instance_name" = TMP_DB_MSSQL_INSTANCE_NAME

The Microsoft SQL Server instance name connecting to. This name is used to determine the port of a named instance.

Note: If setting a db.mssql.instance_name, net.peer.port is no longer required (but still recommended if non-standard).

SEMATTRS_DB_NAME: "db.name" = TMP_DB_NAME

If no tech-specific attribute is defined, this attribute is used to report the name of the database being accessed. For commands that switch the database, this should be set to the target database (even if the command fails).

Note: In some SQL databases, the database name to be used is called "schema name".

SEMATTRS_DB_OPERATION: "db.operation" = TMP_DB_OPERATION

The name of the operation being executed, e.g. the MongoDB command name such as findAndModify, or the SQL keyword.

Note: When setting this to an SQL keyword, it is not recommended to attempt any client-side parsing of db.statement just to get this property, but it should be set if the operation name is provided by the library being instrumented. If the SQL statement has an ambiguous operation, or performs more than one operation, this value may be omitted.

SEMATTRS_DB_REDIS_DATABASE_INDEX: "db.redis.database_index" = TMP_DB_REDIS_DATABASE_INDEX

The index of the database being accessed as used in the SELECT command, provided as an integer. To be used instead of the generic db.name attribute.

SEMATTRS_DB_SQL_TABLE: "db.sql.table" = TMP_DB_SQL_TABLE

The name of the primary table that the operation is acting upon, including the schema name (if applicable).

Note: It is not recommended to attempt any client-side parsing of db.statement just to get this property, but it should be set if it is provided by the library being instrumented. If the operation is acting upon an anonymous table, or more than one table, this value MUST NOT be set.

SEMATTRS_DB_STATEMENT: "db.statement" = TMP_DB_STATEMENT

The database statement being executed.

Note: The value may be sanitized to exclude sensitive information.

SEMATTRS_DB_SYSTEM: "db.system" = TMP_DB_SYSTEM

An identifier for the database management system (DBMS) product being used. See below for a list of well-known identifiers.

SEMATTRS_DB_USER: "db.user" = TMP_DB_USER

Username for accessing the database.

SEMATTRS_ENDUSER_ID: "enduser.id" = TMP_ENDUSER_ID

Username or client_id extracted from the access token or Authorization header in the inbound request from outside the system.

SEMATTRS_ENDUSER_ROLE: "enduser.role" = TMP_ENDUSER_ROLE

Actual/assumed role the client is making the request under extracted from token or application security context.

SEMATTRS_ENDUSER_SCOPE: "enduser.scope" = TMP_ENDUSER_SCOPE

Scopes or granted authorities the client currently possesses extracted from token or application security context. The value would come from the scope associated with an OAuth 2.0 Access Token or an attribute value in a SAML 2.0 Assertion.

SEMATTRS_EXCEPTION_ESCAPED: "exception.escaped" = TMP_EXCEPTION_ESCAPED

SHOULD be set to true if the exception event is recorded at a point where it is known that the exception is escaping the scope of the span.

Note: An exception is considered to have escaped (or left) the scope of a span, if that span is ended while the exception is still logically "in flight". This may be actually "in flight" in some languages (e.g. if the exception is passed to a Context manager's __exit__ method in Python) but will usually be caught at the point of recording the exception in most languages.

It is usually not possible to determine at the point where an exception is thrown whether it will escape the scope of a span. However, it is trivial to know that an exception will escape, if one checks for an active exception just before ending the span, as done in the example above.

It follows that an exception may still escape the scope of the span even if the exception.escaped attribute was not set or set to false, since the event might have been recorded at a time where it was not clear whether the exception will escape.

SEMATTRS_EXCEPTION_MESSAGE: "exception.message" = TMP_EXCEPTION_MESSAGE

The exception message.

SEMATTRS_EXCEPTION_STACKTRACE: "exception.stacktrace" = TMP_EXCEPTION_STACKTRACE

A stacktrace as a string in the natural representation for the language runtime. The representation is to be determined and documented by each language SIG.

SEMATTRS_EXCEPTION_TYPE: "exception.type" = TMP_EXCEPTION_TYPE

The type of the exception (its fully-qualified class name, if applicable). The dynamic type of the exception should be preferred over the static type in languages that support it.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_COLDSTART: "faas.coldstart" = TMP_FAAS_COLDSTART

A boolean that is true if the serverless function is executed for the first time (aka cold-start).

SEMATTRS_FAAS_CRON: "faas.cron" = TMP_FAAS_CRON

A string containing the schedule period as Cron Expression.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_DOCUMENT_COLLECTION: "faas.document.collection" = TMP_FAAS_DOCUMENT_COLLECTION

The name of the source on which the triggering operation was performed. For example, in Cloud Storage or S3 corresponds to the bucket name, and in Cosmos DB to the database name.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_DOCUMENT_NAME: "faas.document.name" = TMP_FAAS_DOCUMENT_NAME

The document name/table subjected to the operation. For example, in Cloud Storage or S3 is the name of the file, and in Cosmos DB the table name.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_DOCUMENT_OPERATION: "faas.document.operation" = TMP_FAAS_DOCUMENT_OPERATION

Describes the type of the operation that was performed on the data.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_DOCUMENT_TIME: "faas.document.time" = TMP_FAAS_DOCUMENT_TIME

A string containing the time when the data was accessed in the ISO 8601 format expressed in UTC.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_EXECUTION: "faas.execution" = TMP_FAAS_EXECUTION

The execution ID of the current function execution.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_INVOKED_NAME: "faas.invoked_name" = TMP_FAAS_INVOKED_NAME

The name of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the faas.name resource attribute of the invoked function.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_INVOKED_PROVIDER: "faas.invoked_provider" = TMP_FAAS_INVOKED_PROVIDER

The cloud provider of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.provider resource attribute of the invoked function.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_INVOKED_REGION: "faas.invoked_region" = TMP_FAAS_INVOKED_REGION

The cloud region of the invoked function.

Note: SHOULD be equal to the cloud.region resource attribute of the invoked function.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_TIME: "faas.time" = TMP_FAAS_TIME

A string containing the function invocation time in the ISO 8601 format expressed in UTC.

SEMATTRS_FAAS_TRIGGER: "faas.trigger" = TMP_FAAS_TRIGGER

Type of the trigger on which the function is executed.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_CLIENT_IP: "http.client_ip" = TMP_HTTP_CLIENT_IP

The IP address of the original client behind all proxies, if known (e.g. from X-Forwarded-For).

Note: This is not necessarily the same as net.peer.ip, which would identify the network-level peer, which may be a proxy.

This attribute should be set when a source of information different from the one used for net.peer.ip, is available even if that other source just confirms the same value as net.peer.ip. Rationale: For net.peer.ip, one typically does not know if it comes from a proxy, reverse proxy, or the actual client. Setting http.client_ip when it's the same as net.peer.ip means that one is at least somewhat confident that the address is not that of the closest proxy.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_FLAVOR: "http.flavor" = TMP_HTTP_FLAVOR

Kind of HTTP protocol used.

Note: If net.transport is not specified, it can be assumed to be IP.TCP except if http.flavor is QUIC, in which case IP.UDP is assumed.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_HOST: "http.host" = TMP_HTTP_HOST

The value of the HTTP host header. An empty Host header should also be reported, see note.

Note: When the header is present but empty the attribute SHOULD be set to the empty string. Note that this is a valid situation that is expected in certain cases, according the aforementioned section of RFC 7230. When the header is not set the attribute MUST NOT be set.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_METHOD: "http.method" = TMP_HTTP_METHOD

HTTP request method.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH: "http.request_content_length" = TMP_HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH

The size of the request payload body in bytes. This is the number of bytes transferred excluding headers and is often, but not always, present as the Content-Length header. For requests using transport encoding, this should be the compressed size.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED: "http.request_content_length_uncompressed" = TMP_HTTP_REQUEST_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED

The size of the uncompressed request payload body after transport decoding. Not set if transport encoding not used.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH: "http.response_content_length" = TMP_HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH

The size of the response payload body in bytes. This is the number of bytes transferred excluding headers and is often, but not always, present as the Content-Length header. For requests using transport encoding, this should be the compressed size.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED: "http.response_content_length_uncompressed" = TMP_HTTP_RESPONSE_CONTENT_LENGTH_UNCOMPRESSED

The size of the uncompressed response payload body after transport decoding. Not set if transport encoding not used.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_ROUTE: "http.route" = TMP_HTTP_ROUTE

The matched route (path template).

SEMATTRS_HTTP_SCHEME: "http.scheme" = TMP_HTTP_SCHEME

The URI scheme identifying the used protocol.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_SERVER_NAME: "http.server_name" = TMP_HTTP_SERVER_NAME

The primary server name of the matched virtual host. This should be obtained via configuration. If no such configuration can be obtained, this attribute MUST NOT be set ( net.host.name should be used instead).

Note: http.url is usually not readily available on the server side but would have to be assembled in a cumbersome and sometimes lossy process from other information (see e.g. open-telemetry/opentelemetry-python/pull/148). It is thus preferred to supply the raw data that is available.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_STATUS_CODE: "http.status_code" = TMP_HTTP_STATUS_CODE
SEMATTRS_HTTP_TARGET: "http.target" = TMP_HTTP_TARGET

The full request target as passed in a HTTP request line or equivalent.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_URL: "http.url" = TMP_HTTP_URL

Full HTTP request URL in the form scheme://host[:port]/path?query[#fragment]. Usually the fragment is not transmitted over HTTP, but if it is known, it should be included nevertheless.

Note: http.url MUST NOT contain credentials passed via URL in form of https://username:password@www.example.com/. In such case the attribute's value should be https://www.example.com/.

SEMATTRS_HTTP_USER_AGENT: "http.user_agent" = TMP_HTTP_USER_AGENT

Value of the HTTP User-Agent header sent by the client.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGE_COMPRESSED_SIZE: "message.compressed_size" = TMP_MESSAGE_COMPRESSED_SIZE

Compressed size of the message in bytes.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGE_ID: "message.id" = TMP_MESSAGE_ID

MUST be calculated as two different counters starting from 1 one for sent messages and one for received message.

Note: This way we guarantee that the values will be consistent between different implementations.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGE_TYPE: "message.type" = TMP_MESSAGE_TYPE

Whether this is a received or sent message.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGE_UNCOMPRESSED_SIZE: "message.uncompressed_size" = TMP_MESSAGE_UNCOMPRESSED_SIZE

Uncompressed size of the message in bytes.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_CONSUMER_ID: "messaging.consumer_id" = TMP_MESSAGING_CONSUMER_ID

The identifier for the consumer receiving a message. For Kafka, set it to {messaging.kafka.consumer_group} - {messaging.kafka.client_id}, if both are present, or only messaging.kafka.consumer_group. For brokers, such as RabbitMQ and Artemis, set it to the client_id of the client consuming the message.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_CONVERSATION_ID: "messaging.conversation_id" = TMP_MESSAGING_CONVERSATION_ID

The conversation ID identifying the conversation to which the message belongs, represented as a string. Sometimes called "Correlation ID".

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_DESTINATION: "messaging.destination" = TMP_MESSAGING_DESTINATION

The message destination name. This might be equal to the span name but is required nevertheless.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_DESTINATION_KIND: "messaging.destination_kind" = TMP_MESSAGING_DESTINATION_KIND

The kind of message destination.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_KAFKA_CLIENT_ID: "messaging.kafka.client_id" = TMP_MESSAGING_KAFKA_CLIENT_ID

Client Id for the Consumer or Producer that is handling the message.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_KAFKA_CONSUMER_GROUP: "messaging.kafka.consumer_group" = TMP_MESSAGING_KAFKA_CONSUMER_GROUP

Name of the Kafka Consumer Group that is handling the message. Only applies to consumers, not producers.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_KAFKA_MESSAGE_KEY: "messaging.kafka.message_key" = TMP_MESSAGING_KAFKA_MESSAGE_KEY

Message keys in Kafka are used for grouping alike messages to ensure they're processed on the same partition. They differ from messaging.message_id in that they're not unique. If the key is null, the attribute MUST NOT be set.

Note: If the key type is not string, it's string representation has to be supplied for the attribute. If the key has no unambiguous, canonical string form, don't include its value.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_KAFKA_PARTITION: "messaging.kafka.partition" = TMP_MESSAGING_KAFKA_PARTITION

Partition the message is sent to.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_KAFKA_TOMBSTONE: "messaging.kafka.tombstone" = TMP_MESSAGING_KAFKA_TOMBSTONE

A boolean that is true if the message is a tombstone.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_MESSAGE_ID: "messaging.message_id" = TMP_MESSAGING_MESSAGE_ID

A value used by the messaging system as an identifier for the message, represented as a string.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_COMPRESSED_SIZE_BYTES: "messaging.message_payload_compressed_size_bytes" = TMP_MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_COMPRESSED_SIZE_BYTES

The compressed size of the message payload in bytes.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_SIZE_BYTES: "messaging.message_payload_size_bytes" = TMP_MESSAGING_MESSAGE_PAYLOAD_SIZE_BYTES

The (uncompressed) size of the message payload in bytes. Also use this attribute if it is unknown whether the compressed or uncompressed payload size is reported.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_OPERATION: "messaging.operation" = TMP_MESSAGING_OPERATION

A string identifying the kind of message consumption as defined in the Operation names section above. If the operation is "send", this attribute MUST NOT be set, since the operation can be inferred from the span kind in that case.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_PROTOCOL: "messaging.protocol" = TMP_MESSAGING_PROTOCOL

The name of the transport protocol.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_PROTOCOL_VERSION: "messaging.protocol_version" = TMP_MESSAGING_PROTOCOL_VERSION

The version of the transport protocol.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_RABBITMQ_ROUTING_KEY: "messaging.rabbitmq.routing_key" = TMP_MESSAGING_RABBITMQ_ROUTING_KEY

RabbitMQ message routing key.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_SYSTEM: "messaging.system" = TMP_MESSAGING_SYSTEM

A string identifying the messaging system.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_TEMP_DESTINATION: "messaging.temp_destination" = TMP_MESSAGING_TEMP_DESTINATION

A boolean that is true if the message destination is temporary.

SEMATTRS_MESSAGING_URL: "messaging.url" = TMP_MESSAGING_URL

Connection string.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_CARRIER_ICC: "net.host.carrier.icc" = TMP_NET_HOST_CARRIER_ICC

The ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 2-character country code associated with the mobile carrier network.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_CARRIER_MCC: "net.host.carrier.mcc" = TMP_NET_HOST_CARRIER_MCC

The mobile carrier country code.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_CARRIER_MNC: "net.host.carrier.mnc" = TMP_NET_HOST_CARRIER_MNC

The mobile carrier network code.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_CARRIER_NAME: "net.host.carrier.name" = TMP_NET_HOST_CARRIER_NAME

The name of the mobile carrier.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_CONNECTION_SUBTYPE: "net.host.connection.subtype" = TMP_NET_HOST_CONNECTION_SUBTYPE

This describes more details regarding the connection.type. It may be the type of cell technology connection, but it could be used for describing details about a wifi connection.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_CONNECTION_TYPE: "net.host.connection.type" = TMP_NET_HOST_CONNECTION_TYPE

The internet connection type currently being used by the host.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_IP: "net.host.ip" = TMP_NET_HOST_IP

Like net.peer.ip but for the host IP. Useful in case of a multi-IP host.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_NAME: "net.host.name" = TMP_NET_HOST_NAME

Local hostname or similar, see note below.

SEMATTRS_NET_HOST_PORT: "net.host.port" = TMP_NET_HOST_PORT

Like net.peer.port but for the host port.

SEMATTRS_NET_PEER_IP: "net.peer.ip" = TMP_NET_PEER_IP

Remote address of the peer (dotted decimal for IPv4 or RFC5952 for IPv6).

SEMATTRS_NET_PEER_NAME: "net.peer.name" = TMP_NET_PEER_NAME

Remote hostname or similar, see note below.

SEMATTRS_NET_PEER_PORT: "net.peer.port" = TMP_NET_PEER_PORT

Remote port number.

SEMATTRS_NET_TRANSPORT: "net.transport" = TMP_NET_TRANSPORT

Transport protocol used. See note below.

SEMATTRS_PEER_SERVICE: "peer.service" = TMP_PEER_SERVICE

The service.name of the remote service. SHOULD be equal to the actual service.name resource attribute of the remote service if any.

SEMATTRS_RPC_GRPC_STATUS_CODE: "rpc.grpc.status_code" = TMP_RPC_GRPC_STATUS_CODE

The numeric status code of the gRPC request.

SEMATTRS_RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_CODE: "rpc.jsonrpc.error_code" = TMP_RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_CODE

error.code property of response if it is an error response.

SEMATTRS_RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_MESSAGE: "rpc.jsonrpc.error_message" = TMP_RPC_JSONRPC_ERROR_MESSAGE

error.message property of response if it is an error response.

SEMATTRS_RPC_JSONRPC_REQUEST_ID: "rpc.jsonrpc.request_id" = TMP_RPC_JSONRPC_REQUEST_ID

id property of request or response. Since protocol allows id to be int, string, null or missing (for notifications), value is expected to be cast to string for simplicity. Use empty string in case of null value. Omit entirely if this is a notification.

SEMATTRS_RPC_JSONRPC_VERSION: "rpc.jsonrpc.version" = TMP_RPC_JSONRPC_VERSION

Protocol version as in jsonrpc property of request/response. Since JSON-RPC 1.0 does not specify this, the value can be omitted.

SEMATTRS_RPC_METHOD: "rpc.method" = TMP_RPC_METHOD

The name of the (logical) method being called, must be equal to the $method part in the span name.

Note: This is the logical name of the method from the RPC interface perspective, which can be different from the name of any implementing method/function. The code.function attribute may be used to store the latter (e.g., method actually executing the call on the server side, RPC client stub method on the client side).

SEMATTRS_RPC_SERVICE: "rpc.service" = TMP_RPC_SERVICE

The full (logical) name of the service being called, including its package name, if applicable.

Note: This is the logical name of the service from the RPC interface perspective, which can be different from the name of any implementing class. The code.namespace attribute may be used to store the latter (despite the attribute name, it may include a class name; e.g., class with method actually executing the call on the server side, RPC client stub class on the client side).

SEMATTRS_RPC_SYSTEM: "rpc.system" = TMP_RPC_SYSTEM

A string identifying the remoting system.

SEMATTRS_THREAD_ID: "thread.id" = TMP_THREAD_ID

Current "managed" thread ID (as opposed to OS thread ID).

SEMATTRS_THREAD_NAME: "thread.name" = TMP_THREAD_NAME

Current thread name.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_ECS_CLUSTER_ARN: "aws.ecs.cluster.arn" = TMP_AWS_ECS_CLUSTER_ARN

The ARN of an ECS cluster.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_ECS_CONTAINER_ARN: "aws.ecs.container.arn" = TMP_AWS_ECS_CONTAINER_ARN

The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an ECS container instance.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_ECS_LAUNCHTYPE: "aws.ecs.launchtype" = TMP_AWS_ECS_LAUNCHTYPE

The launch type for an ECS task.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_ECS_TASK_ARN: "aws.ecs.task.arn" = TMP_AWS_ECS_TASK_ARN

The ARN of an ECS task definition.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_ECS_TASK_FAMILY: "aws.ecs.task.family" = TMP_AWS_ECS_TASK_FAMILY

The task definition family this task definition is a member of.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_ECS_TASK_REVISION: "aws.ecs.task.revision" = TMP_AWS_ECS_TASK_REVISION

The revision for this task definition.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_EKS_CLUSTER_ARN: "aws.eks.cluster.arn" = TMP_AWS_EKS_CLUSTER_ARN

The ARN of an EKS cluster.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_LOG_GROUP_ARNS: "aws.log.group.arns" = TMP_AWS_LOG_GROUP_ARNS

The Amazon Resource Name(s) (ARN) of the AWS log group(s).

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_LOG_GROUP_NAMES: "aws.log.group.names" = TMP_AWS_LOG_GROUP_NAMES

The name(s) of the AWS log group(s) an application is writing to.

Note: Multiple log groups must be supported for cases like multi-container applications, where a single application has sidecar containers, and each write to their own log group.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_LOG_STREAM_ARNS: "aws.log.stream.arns" = TMP_AWS_LOG_STREAM_ARNS

The ARN(s) of the AWS log stream(s).

Note: See the log stream ARN format documentation. One log group can contain several log streams, so these ARNs necessarily identify both a log group and a log stream.

SEMRESATTRS_AWS_LOG_STREAM_NAMES: "aws.log.stream.names" = TMP_AWS_LOG_STREAM_NAMES

The name(s) of the AWS log stream(s) an application is writing to.

SEMRESATTRS_CLOUD_ACCOUNT_ID: "cloud.account.id" = TMP_CLOUD_ACCOUNT_ID

The cloud account ID the resource is assigned to.

SEMRESATTRS_CLOUD_AVAILABILITY_ZONE: "cloud.availability_zone" = TMP_CLOUD_AVAILABILITY_ZONE

Cloud regions often have multiple, isolated locations known as zones to increase availability. Availability zone represents the zone where the resource is running.

Note: Availability zones are called "zones" on Alibaba Cloud and Google Cloud.

SEMRESATTRS_CLOUD_PLATFORM: "cloud.platform" = TMP_CLOUD_PLATFORM

The cloud platform in use.

Note: The prefix of the service SHOULD match the one specified in cloud.provider.

SEMRESATTRS_CLOUD_PROVIDER: "cloud.provider" = TMP_CLOUD_PROVIDER

Name of the cloud provider.

SEMRESATTRS_CLOUD_REGION: "cloud.region" = TMP_CLOUD_REGION

The geographical region the resource is running. Refer to your provider's docs to see the available regions, for example Alibaba Cloud regions, AWS regions, Azure regions, or Google Cloud regions.

SEMRESATTRS_CONTAINER_ID: "container.id" = TMP_CONTAINER_ID

Container ID. Usually a UUID, as for example used to identify Docker containers. The UUID might be abbreviated.

SEMRESATTRS_CONTAINER_IMAGE_NAME: "container.image.name" = TMP_CONTAINER_IMAGE_NAME

Name of the image the container was built on.

SEMRESATTRS_CONTAINER_IMAGE_TAG: "container.image.tag" = TMP_CONTAINER_IMAGE_TAG

Container image tag.

SEMRESATTRS_CONTAINER_NAME: "container.name" = TMP_CONTAINER_NAME

Container name.

SEMRESATTRS_CONTAINER_RUNTIME: "container.runtime" = TMP_CONTAINER_RUNTIME

The container runtime managing this container.

SEMRESATTRS_DEPLOYMENT_ENVIRONMENT: "deployment.environment" = TMP_DEPLOYMENT_ENVIRONMENT

Name of the deployment environment (aka deployment tier).

SEMRESATTRS_DEVICE_ID: "device.id" = TMP_DEVICE_ID

A unique identifier representing the device.

Note: The device identifier MUST only be defined using the values outlined below. This value is not an advertising identifier and MUST NOT be used as such. On iOS (Swift or Objective-C), this value MUST be equal to the vendor identifier. On Android (Java or Kotlin), this value MUST be equal to the Firebase Installation ID or a globally unique UUID which is persisted across sessions in your application. More information can be found here on best practices and exact implementation details. Caution should be taken when storing personal data or anything which can identify a user. GDPR and data protection laws may apply, ensure you do your own due diligence.

SEMRESATTRS_DEVICE_MODEL_IDENTIFIER: "device.model.identifier" = TMP_DEVICE_MODEL_IDENTIFIER

The model identifier for the device.

Note: It's recommended this value represents a machine readable version of the model identifier rather than the market or consumer-friendly name of the device.

SEMRESATTRS_DEVICE_MODEL_NAME: "device.model.name" = TMP_DEVICE_MODEL_NAME

The marketing name for the device model.

Note: It's recommended this value represents a human readable version of the device model rather than a machine readable alternative.

SEMRESATTRS_FAAS_ID: "faas.id" = TMP_FAAS_ID

The unique ID of the single function that this runtime instance executes.

Note: Depending on the cloud provider, use:

AWS Lambda: The function ARN. Take care not to use the "invoked ARN" directly but replace any alias suffix with the resolved function version, as the same runtime instance may be invokable with multiple different aliases. GCP: The URI of the resource Azure: The Fully Qualified Resource ID.

On some providers, it may not be possible to determine the full ID at startup, which is why this field cannot be made required. For example, on AWS the account ID part of the ARN is not available without calling another AWS API which may be deemed too slow for a short-running lambda function. As an alternative, consider setting faas.id as a span attribute instead.

SEMRESATTRS_FAAS_INSTANCE: "faas.instance" = TMP_FAAS_INSTANCE

The execution environment ID as a string, that will be potentially reused for other invocations to the same function/function version.

Note: * AWS Lambda: Use the (full) log stream name.

SEMRESATTRS_FAAS_MAX_MEMORY: "faas.max_memory" = TMP_FAAS_MAX_MEMORY

The amount of memory available to the serverless function in MiB.

Note: It's recommended to set this attribute since e.g. too little memory can easily stop a Java AWS Lambda function from working correctly. On AWS Lambda, the environment variable AWS_LAMBDA_FUNCTION_MEMORY_SIZE provides this information.

SEMRESATTRS_FAAS_NAME: "faas.name" = TMP_FAAS_NAME

The name of the single function that this runtime instance executes.

Note: This is the name of the function as configured/deployed on the FaaS platform and is usually different from the name of the callback function (which may be stored in the code.namespace/code.function span attributes).

SEMRESATTRS_FAAS_VERSION: "faas.version" = TMP_FAAS_VERSION

The immutable version of the function being executed.

Note: Depending on the cloud provider and platform, use:

AWS Lambda: The function version (an integer represented as a decimal string). Google Cloud Run: The revision (i.e., the function name plus the revision suffix). Google Cloud Functions: The value of the K_REVISION environment variable. Azure Functions: Not applicable. Do not set this attribute.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_ARCH: "host.arch" = TMP_HOST_ARCH

The CPU architecture the host system is running on.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_ID: "host.id" = TMP_HOST_ID

Unique host ID. For Cloud, this must be the instance_id assigned by the cloud provider.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_IMAGE_ID: "host.image.id" = TMP_HOST_IMAGE_ID

VM image ID. For Cloud, this value is from the provider.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_IMAGE_NAME: "host.image.name" = TMP_HOST_IMAGE_NAME

Name of the VM image or OS install the host was instantiated from.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_IMAGE_VERSION: "host.image.version" = TMP_HOST_IMAGE_VERSION

The version string of the VM image as defined in Version Attributes.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_NAME: "host.name" = TMP_HOST_NAME

Name of the host. On Unix systems, it may contain what the hostname command returns, or the fully qualified hostname, or another name specified by the user.

SEMRESATTRS_HOST_TYPE: "host.type" = TMP_HOST_TYPE

Type of host. For Cloud, this must be the machine type.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_CLUSTER_NAME: "k8s.cluster.name" = TMP_K8S_CLUSTER_NAME

The name of the cluster.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_CONTAINER_NAME: "k8s.container.name" = TMP_K8S_CONTAINER_NAME

The name of the Container in a Pod template.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_CRONJOB_NAME: "k8s.cronjob.name" = TMP_K8S_CRONJOB_NAME

The name of the CronJob.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_CRONJOB_UID: "k8s.cronjob.uid" = TMP_K8S_CRONJOB_UID

The UID of the CronJob.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_DAEMONSET_NAME: "k8s.daemonset.name" = TMP_K8S_DAEMONSET_NAME

The name of the DaemonSet.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_DAEMONSET_UID: "k8s.daemonset.uid" = TMP_K8S_DAEMONSET_UID

The UID of the DaemonSet.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_DEPLOYMENT_NAME: "k8s.deployment.name" = TMP_K8S_DEPLOYMENT_NAME

The name of the Deployment.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_DEPLOYMENT_UID: "k8s.deployment.uid" = TMP_K8S_DEPLOYMENT_UID

The UID of the Deployment.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_JOB_NAME: "k8s.job.name" = TMP_K8S_JOB_NAME

The name of the Job.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_JOB_UID: "k8s.job.uid" = TMP_K8S_JOB_UID

The UID of the Job.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_NAMESPACE_NAME: "k8s.namespace.name" = TMP_K8S_NAMESPACE_NAME

The name of the namespace that the pod is running in.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_NODE_NAME: "k8s.node.name" = TMP_K8S_NODE_NAME

The name of the Node.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_NODE_UID: "k8s.node.uid" = TMP_K8S_NODE_UID

The UID of the Node.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_POD_NAME: "k8s.pod.name" = TMP_K8S_POD_NAME

The name of the Pod.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_POD_UID: "k8s.pod.uid" = TMP_K8S_POD_UID

The UID of the Pod.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_REPLICASET_NAME: "k8s.replicaset.name" = TMP_K8S_REPLICASET_NAME

The name of the ReplicaSet.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_REPLICASET_UID: "k8s.replicaset.uid" = TMP_K8S_REPLICASET_UID

The UID of the ReplicaSet.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_STATEFULSET_NAME: "k8s.statefulset.name" = TMP_K8S_STATEFULSET_NAME

The name of the StatefulSet.

SEMRESATTRS_K8S_STATEFULSET_UID: "k8s.statefulset.uid" = TMP_K8S_STATEFULSET_UID

The UID of the StatefulSet.

SEMRESATTRS_OS_DESCRIPTION: "os.description" = TMP_OS_DESCRIPTION

Human readable (not intended to be parsed) OS version information, like e.g. reported by ver or lsb_release -a commands.

SEMRESATTRS_OS_NAME: "os.name" = TMP_OS_NAME

Human readable operating system name.

SEMRESATTRS_OS_TYPE: "os.type" = TMP_OS_TYPE

The operating system type.

SEMRESATTRS_OS_VERSION: "os.version" = TMP_OS_VERSION

The version string of the operating system as defined in Version Attributes.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_COMMAND: "process.command" = TMP_PROCESS_COMMAND

The command used to launch the process (i.e. the command name). On Linux based systems, can be set to the zeroth string in proc/[pid]/cmdline. On Windows, can be set to the first parameter extracted from GetCommandLineW.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_COMMAND_ARGS: "process.command_args" = TMP_PROCESS_COMMAND_ARGS

All the command arguments (including the command/executable itself) as received by the process. On Linux-based systems (and some other Unixoid systems supporting procfs), can be set according to the list of null-delimited strings extracted from proc/[pid]/cmdline. For libc-based executables, this would be the full argv vector passed to main.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_COMMAND_LINE: "process.command_line" = TMP_PROCESS_COMMAND_LINE

The full command used to launch the process as a single string representing the full command. On Windows, can be set to the result of GetCommandLineW. Do not set this if you have to assemble it just for monitoring; use process.command_args instead.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_NAME: "process.executable.name" = TMP_PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_NAME

The name of the process executable. On Linux based systems, can be set to the Name in proc/[pid]/status. On Windows, can be set to the base name of GetProcessImageFileNameW.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_PATH: "process.executable.path" = TMP_PROCESS_EXECUTABLE_PATH

The full path to the process executable. On Linux based systems, can be set to the target of proc/[pid]/exe. On Windows, can be set to the result of GetProcessImageFileNameW.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_OWNER: "process.owner" = TMP_PROCESS_OWNER

The username of the user that owns the process.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_PID: "process.pid" = TMP_PROCESS_PID

Process identifier (PID).

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_RUNTIME_DESCRIPTION: "process.runtime.description" = TMP_PROCESS_RUNTIME_DESCRIPTION

An additional description about the runtime of the process, for example a specific vendor customization of the runtime environment.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_RUNTIME_NAME: "process.runtime.name" = TMP_PROCESS_RUNTIME_NAME

The name of the runtime of this process. For compiled native binaries, this SHOULD be the name of the compiler.

SEMRESATTRS_PROCESS_RUNTIME_VERSION: "process.runtime.version" = TMP_PROCESS_RUNTIME_VERSION

The version of the runtime of this process, as returned by the runtime without modification.

SEMRESATTRS_SERVICE_INSTANCE_ID: "service.instance.id" = TMP_SERVICE_INSTANCE_ID

The string ID of the service instance.

Note: MUST be unique for each instance of the same service.namespace,service.name pair (in other words service.namespace,service.name,service.instance.id triplet MUST be globally unique). The ID helps to distinguish instances of the same service that exist at the same time (e.g. instances of a horizontally scaled service). It is preferable for the ID to be persistent and stay the same for the lifetime of the service instance, however it is acceptable that the ID is ephemeral and changes during important lifetime events for the service (e.g. service restarts). If the service has no inherent unique ID that can be used as the value of this attribute it is recommended to generate a random Version 1 or Version 4 RFC 4122 UUID (services aiming for reproducible UUIDs may also use Version 5, see RFC 4122 for more recommendations).

SEMRESATTRS_SERVICE_NAME: "service.name" = TMP_SERVICE_NAME

Logical name of the service.

Note: MUST be the same for all instances of horizontally scaled services. If the value was not specified, SDKs MUST fallback to unknown_service: concatenated with process.executable.name, e.g. unknown_service:bash. If process.executable.name is not available, the value MUST be set to unknown_service.

SEMRESATTRS_SERVICE_NAMESPACE: "service.namespace" = TMP_SERVICE_NAMESPACE

A namespace for service.name.

Note: A string value having a meaning that helps to distinguish a group of services, for example the team name that owns a group of services. service.name is expected to be unique within the same namespace. If service.namespace is not specified in the Resource then service.name is expected to be unique for all services that have no explicit namespace defined (so the empty/unspecified namespace is simply one more valid namespace). Zero-length namespace string is assumed equal to unspecified namespace.

SEMRESATTRS_SERVICE_VERSION: "service.version" = TMP_SERVICE_VERSION

The version string of the service API or implementation.

SEMRESATTRS_TELEMETRY_AUTO_VERSION: "telemetry.auto.version" = TMP_TELEMETRY_AUTO_VERSION

The version string of the auto instrumentation agent, if used.

SEMRESATTRS_TELEMETRY_SDK_LANGUAGE: "telemetry.sdk.language" = TMP_TELEMETRY_SDK_LANGUAGE

The language of the telemetry SDK.

SEMRESATTRS_TELEMETRY_SDK_NAME: "telemetry.sdk.name" = TMP_TELEMETRY_SDK_NAME

The name of the telemetry SDK as defined above.

SEMRESATTRS_TELEMETRY_SDK_VERSION: "telemetry.sdk.version" = TMP_TELEMETRY_SDK_VERSION

The version string of the telemetry SDK.

SEMRESATTRS_WEBENGINE_DESCRIPTION: "webengine.description" = TMP_WEBENGINE_DESCRIPTION

Additional description of the web engine (e.g. detailed version and edition information).

SEMRESATTRS_WEBENGINE_NAME: "webengine.name" = TMP_WEBENGINE_NAME

The name of the web engine.

SEMRESATTRS_WEBENGINE_VERSION: "webengine.version" = TMP_WEBENGINE_VERSION

The version of the web engine.

SemanticAttributes: SemanticAttributes

Create exported Value Map for SemanticAttributes values

deprecated

Use the SEMATTRS_XXXXX constants rather than the SemanticAttributes.XXXXX for bundle minification

SemanticResourceAttributes: SemanticResourceAttributes

Create exported Value Map for SemanticResourceAttributes values

deprecated

Use the SEMRESATTRS_XXXXX constants rather than the SemanticResourceAttributes.XXXXX for bundle minification

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_CPP: "cpp" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_CPP

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_DOTNET: "dotnet" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_DOTNET

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_ERLANG: "erlang" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_ERLANG

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_GO: "go" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_GO

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_JAVA: "java" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_JAVA

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_NODEJS: "nodejs" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_NODEJS

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_PHP: "php" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_PHP

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_PYTHON: "python" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_PYTHON

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_RUBY: "ruby" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_RUBY

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_WEBJS: "webjs" = TMP_TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_WEBJS

The language of the telemetry SDK.

TelemetrySdkLanguageValues: TelemetrySdkLanguageValues

The constant map of values for TelemetrySdkLanguageValues.

deprecated

Use the TELEMETRYSDKLANGUAGEVALUES_XXXXX constants rather than the TelemetrySdkLanguageValues.XXXXX for bundle minification.