request ids for connect/express
npm install connect-request-id
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Connect Request ID
Does one thing (but might not do that particuarly well). A connect middleware that creates unique ID's for each requests using
node-uuid or a supplied HTTP header. Heavily (if not completely) based upon
This module has lots of room for being more configurable so if you want to do that go for it, PR's welcome.
npm install [--save] connect-request-id
var requestId = require('connect-request-id'); var connect = require('connect'); var app = connect(); app.use(requestId())
If the inbound request has the header
request-id it will set the property
id of the request to whatever the value of the header is, as long as the property hasn't already been defined.
The tests are completly whacky, I was super tired when I wrote this and have honestly no idea quite how they ended up like they did.
Would be nice to beef them up a bit to actually test express framework too.