How to use the elastic-apm-node.addLabels function in elastic-apm-node

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github stelace / stelace / src / crons / emitTaskEvents.js View on Github external
const refDate = getRoundedDate(new Date(), nbMinutes)

    const taskConfigs = await getAllStelaceTasks()

    const filteredTaskConfigs = filterTasks(taskConfigs, refDate, nbMinutes)

    fetchEventsTransaction = null // set null to prevent stopping a second time in the finally block

    for (let i = 0; i < filteredTaskConfigs.length; i++) {
      const taskConfig = filteredTaskConfigs[i]
      const { platformId, env, task } = taskConfig

      const emitEventTransaction = apm.startTransaction('Emit task event via cron')
      apm.setUserContext({ id: platformId })
      apm.addLabels({ env, platformId, eventType: task.eventType })
      apm.setCustomContext({ taskId: })

      try {
        // use redlock to ensure the cron process is handled only by one server at a time
        // even within a distributed system
        const lockResource = `locks:stelace_tasks:${}_${refDate}`
        const lock = await redlock.lock(lockResource, lockTtl)

        const alreadyExecuted = await didStelaceTaskExecute({ taskId:, executionDate: refDate })

        if (!alreadyExecuted) {
          await addStelaceTaskExecutionDate({ taskId:, executionDate: refDate })
          await emitTaskEvent({ platformId, env, task })

        await lock.unlock()