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GraphQL–Application Insights integration for HotChocolate 13

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you've certainly seen my earlier post on how to integrate Application Insights telemetry in your HotChocolate based GraphQL backend.

IMPORTANT: Although the code below will still work, I would recommend to switch to the integrated OpenTelemetry functionality and send the information to Application Insights in this way.

Today I had to upgrade an application to HotChocolate 13 and (again) I noticed that the application no longer compiled. So for people who are using the ApplicationInsightsDiagnosticsListener I shared, here is an updated version that works for HotChocolate 13:

As I wanted to track the full operation I have overwritten the ExecuteRequest method, however if you only want to log any exception, I would recommend to override the RequestError and ResolverError methods:

More information

HotChocolate OpenTelemetry (bartwullems.blogspot.com)

GraphQL HotChocolate 11 - Updated Application Insights monitoring (bartwullems.blogspot.com)

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