HTTP Tracing can be enabled by providing a bean of type
HttpTraceRepository in your application’s configuration.
For convenience, Spring Boot offers an
InMemoryHttpTraceRepository that stores traces for the last 100 request-response exchanges, by default.
InMemoryHttpTraceRepository is limited compared to other tracing solutions and we recommend using it only for development environments.
For production environments, use of a production-ready tracing or observability solution, such as Zipkin or Spring Cloud Sleuth, is recommended.
Alternatively, create your own
HttpTraceRepository that meets your needs.
httptrace endpoint can be used to obtain information about the request-response exchanges that are stored in the