If you use a WSGI framework not directly supported by the SDK, or wrote a raw WSGI app, you can use this generic WSGI middleware. It captures errors and attaches a basic amount of information for incoming requests.
pip install --upgrade 'sentry-sdk'
import sentry_sdk from sentry_sdk.integrations.wsgi import SentryWsgiMiddleware from my_wsgi_app import app sentry_sdk.init( dsn="https://examplePublicKey@o0.ingest.sentry.io/0", enable_tracing=True, ) app = SentryWsgiMiddleware(app)
This minimal WSGI application will create a transaction and send it to Sentry. The error will also be sent to Sentry and associated with the transaction:
import sentry_sdk from sentry_sdk.integrations.wsgi import SentryWsgiMiddleware sentry_sdk.init(...) # same as above def app(env, start_response): start_response('200 OK', [('Content-Type', 'text/plain')]) response_body = 'Hello World' 1/0 # this raises an error return [response_body.encode()] app = SentryWsgiMiddleware(app) # Run the application in a mini WSGI server. from wsgiref.simple_server import make_server make_server('', 8000, app).serve_forever()
- Request data is attached to all events: HTTP method, URL, headers. Sentry excludes raw bodies and multipart file uploads. Sentry also excludes personally identifiable information (such as user ids, usernames, cookies, authorization headers, IP addresses) unless you set
Each request has a separate scope. Changes to the scope within a view, for example setting a tag, will only apply to events sent as part of the request being handled.
- The WSGI middleware does not behave like a regular integration. It is not initialized through an extra parameter to
initand is not attached to a client. When capturing or supplementing events, it just uses the currently active hub.
- Python: 2.7+