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How can we track and observe requests made to Firestore?

asked 2021-04-26 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-04-03 13:00:00 +0000

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There are a few ways to track and observe requests made to Firestore:

  1. Use the Firestore debugger: The Firestore debugger is a tool provided by Firebase that allows you to observe and debug Firestore operations in real-time. You can use it to see the requests made to Firestore, including the query and data being sent and received.

  2. Use Firestore logs: Firestore logs all requests made to it, including read and write operations. You can view these logs in the Firebase console under the Firestore section. This can be useful for tracking down errors or debugging issues with your Firestore queries.

  3. Use Firestore listeners: Firestore listeners allow you to listen for changes to your data in real-time. You can use this to track changes to your data and see when requests are made to Firestore.

  4. Use third-party monitoring tools: There are many third-party monitoring tools available that can help you track and observe requests made to Firestore. These tools can provide real-time monitoring and alert you to any issues or errors with your Firestore queries. Some popular options include Stackdriver, Datadog, and New Relic.

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