Users consist of a few critical pieces of information that construct a unique identity in Sentry. Each of these is optional, but one must be present for the Sentry SDK to capture the user:
- Your internal identifier for the user.
- The username. Typically used as a better label than the internal id.
- An alternative, or addition, to the username. Sentry is aware of email addresses and can display things such as Gravatars and unlock messaging capabilities.
- The user's IP address. If the user is unauthenticated, Sentry uses the IP address as a unique identifier for the user. Sentry will attempt to pull this from the HTTP request data, if available.
Additionally, you can provide arbitrary key/value pairs beyond the reserved names, and the Sentry SDK will store those with the user.
To identify the user:
import Sentry let user = User() user.email = "email@example.com" SentrySDK.setUser(user)
Since 6.0.1: Sentry will by fallback to
installationId if you do not provide a user identity.
You can also clear the currently set user:
import Sentry SentrySDK.setUser(nil)
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