Update Sentry now includes built-in support for ASGI. (Based on this implementation.)
Please see the documentation at https://docs.sentry.io/platforms/python/asgi/
Or the source code implementation at https://github.com/getsentry/sentry-python/blob/master/sentry_sdk/integrations/asgi.py
As a result, this repository has now been placed in an "archived" state.
Sentry integration for ASGI frameworks.
pip install sentry-asgi
from sentry_asgi import SentryMiddleware import sentry_sdk sentry_sdk.init(dsn=...) app = ... app = SentryMiddleware(app)
Here's a more complete example, using Starlette:
import sentry_sdk from sentry_asgi import SentryMiddleware sentry_sdk.init(dsn=...) app = Starlette() @app.route("/") def homepage(request): raise ValueError("nope") app.add_middleware(SentryMiddleware)
Python version support
The Sentry SDK requires Python 3.7's
contextvars support in order to properly tie messages and logging back to the request context that is added SentryMiddleware.
On 3.6 and below the SentryMiddleware will capture and log application exceptions just fine, but will not properly tie in logging, messages, or breadcrumbs for any code that runs within a threadpool executor or subtask.
ASGI frameworks should ensure that any thread pool executors preserve the
It is recommended that frameworks populate an "endpoint" key in the ASGI scope, to indicate which view function or class should be logged by the middleware.