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Source code for google.cloud.logging.handlers.transports.sync

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"""Transport for Python logging handler.

Logs directly to the the Stackdriver Logging API with a synchronous call.
"""

from google.cloud.logging import _helpers
from google.cloud.logging.handlers.transports.base import Transport


[docs]class SyncTransport(Transport): """Basic sychronous transport. Uses this library's Logging client to directly make the API call. """ def __init__(self, client, name): self.logger = client.logger(name)
[docs] def send( self, record, message, resource=None, labels=None, trace=None, span_id=None ): """Overrides transport.send(). :type record: :class:`logging.LogRecord` :param record: Python log record that the handler was called with. :type message: str :param message: The message from the ``LogRecord`` after being formatted by the associated log formatters. :type resource: :class:`~google.cloud.logging.resource.Resource` :param resource: (Optional) Monitored resource of the entry. :type labels: dict :param labels: (Optional) Mapping of labels for the entry. """ info = {"message": message, "python_logger": record.name} self.logger.log_struct( info, severity=_helpers._normalize_severity(record.levelno), resource=resource, labels=labels, trace=trace, span_id=span_id, )