- Trace metadata that's only available with NerdGraph
- Example queries of trace data
In addition to span event and transaction event data, we calculate additional metadata about the trace and its span relationships. To query this metadata, go to the NerdGraph GraphiQL explorer at api.newrelic.com/graphiql.
Additional trace-level data:
The duration of this trace in milliseconds.
All entities that are part of this trace.
The number of entities that are part of this trace.
Parent/child IDs that represent all of the span relationships within this trace.
The trace's start time in milliseconds since the Unix epoch](https://currentmillis.com/).
Additional span-level data:
For a client span, this indicates the type of entity called:
The New Relic identifier for the entity that sent the span.
The position of a span with respect to the boundaries between processes:
Anomalies detected for a span, compared to similar spans that occurred over the previous hours before this span occurred. Anomalous spans appear in the trace UI.
For more about trace structure and span relationships, see Trace structure.
Here are example NerdGraph queries of distributed tracing data:
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