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More Contextual Logging in Java

Using Spring Boot Sleuth to overcome reactive Java’s thread free-for-all

Criss-crossing Threads
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In a previous article, I was able to overcome reactive Java’s problem with maintaining context on a per-thread basis. The main issue is that reactive Java requests can be handled by different threads, so we can’t rely on the popular MDC facility of Java logging.

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Randal Kamradt Sr

Randal Kamradt Sr

Java software engineer for Coinme Inc. Artist and musician. https://rkamradt.github.io/

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