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This document provides a registry of identified formats of trace context [TRACE-CONTEXT] serialization and deserialization for protocols.
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Trace context [TRACE-CONTEXT] consists of properties crucial for event
correlation, used to monitor the health and reliability of a distributed
application. The [TRACE-CONTEXT] specification defines the binding of the
distributed trace context to
This registry is intended to provide a central location for enumerating identified formats of trace context [TRACE-CONTEXT] serialization and deserialization for protocols. By utilizing a common registry, it is possible to provide common trace context serialization and deserialization for other protocols.
An update to this registry is an addition, change or deletion of a protocol. Any person can request an update to this registry by email notice to the Distributed Tracing Working Group who will place it on an upcoming meeting agenda and notify the requestor. Consideration and disposition of the request is by consensus of the W3C Distributed Tracing Working Group. The Chair will then notify the requestor of the outcome and update the registry accordingly.
This section is the registry of identified formats of trace context [TRACE-CONTEXT] serialization and deserialization for protocols.
|Protocol||Public Specification(s)||Requestor Contact|
|Binary||Trace Context: binary protocol||W3C|
|[AMQP]||Trace Context: AMQP protocol||W3C|
|[MQTT]||Trace Context: MQTT protocol||W3C|