dump #

Description #

The dump filter is used to dump relevant request information on terminals. It is mainly used for debugging.

Configuration Example #

A simple example is as follows:

  - name: hello_world
      - dump:
         uri: true
         request_header: true
         request_body: true
         response_body: true
         status_code: true

Parameter Description #

The dump filter is relatively simple. After the dump filter is inserted into a required flow handling phase, the terminal can output request information about the phase, facilitating debugging.

requestboolWhether to output all complete request information
responseboolWhether to output all complete response information
uriboolWhether to output the requested URI information
query_argsboolWhether to output the requested parameter information
userboolWhether to output the requested user information
api_keyboolWhether to output the requested API key information
request_headerboolWhether to output the header information of the request
response_headerboolWhether to output the header information of the response
status_codeboolWhether to output the status code of the response
contextarrayUser-defined context information for output

Outputting Context #

You can use the context parameter to debug request context information. The following is an example of the configuration file.

  - name: echo
      - set_response:
          status: 201
          content_type: "text/plain; charset=utf-8"
          body: "hello world"
      - set_response_header:
            - Env -> Dev
      - dump:
            - _ctx.id
            - _ctx.tls
            - _ctx.remote_addr
            - _ctx.local_addr
            - _ctx.request.host
            - _ctx.request.method
            - _ctx.request.uri
            - _ctx.request.path
            - _ctx.request.body
            - _ctx.request.body_length
            - _ctx.request.query_args.from
            - _ctx.request.query_args.size
            - _ctx.request.header.Accept
            - _ctx.request.user
            - _ctx.response.status
            - _ctx.response.body
            - _ctx.response.content_type
            - _ctx.response.body_length
            - _ctx.response.header.Env

Start the gateway and run the following command:

curl http://localhost:8000/medcl/_search\?from\=1\&size\=100 -d'{search:query123}' -v -u 'medcl:123'

The gateway outputs the following information:

---- dumping context ---- 
_ctx.id  :  21474836481
_ctx.tls  :  false
_ctx.remote_addr  :
_ctx.local_addr  :
_ctx.request.host  :  localhost:8000
_ctx.request.method  :  POST
_ctx.request.uri  :  http://localhost:8000/medcl/_search?from=1&size=100
_ctx.request.path  :  /medcl/_search
_ctx.request.body  :  {search:query123}
_ctx.request.body_length  :  17
_ctx.request.query_args.from  :  1
_ctx.request.query_args.size  :  100
_ctx.request.header.Accept  :  */*
_ctx.request.user  :  medcl
_ctx.response.status  :  201
_ctx.response.body  :  hello world
_ctx.response.content_type  :  text/plain; charset=utf-8
_ctx.response.body_length  :  11
_ctx.response.header.Env  :  Dev