Peek Inside Coherence with OpenTracing, Part 3 by Ryan Lubke

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I n the previous articles of this series, we covered the basics of OpenTracing with Coherence followed by details on tracing with JAX-RS. This article will be the final installment of the series focusing on producing tracing spans for calls to the database.

Configuring OpenTracing JDBC

To get started, will need to add an additional dependency io.opentracing.contrib:opentracing-jdbc:0.2.12.
The java-jdbc library allows interception and tracing of JDBC calls.

Previously, the coherence-demo application didn’t use a database, so let’s assume that Coherence is already configured to use JPA and review what changes are needed to generate spans when JDBC is called: Read the complete article here.

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