awaiting for procedure & logging the response.

Hi, I was wondering if there is a way to handle the return object via the post-middleware's? I know we could do something like,
const logMiddleware = t.middleware(async ({ ctx, next }) => {
const res = await next();
// insert logging here
return res;
);
const logMiddleware = t.middleware(async ({ ctx, next }) => {
const res = await next();
// insert logging here
return res;
);
However, I want to access the returned result with an event name & log it. This event name could be returned by the procedure itself as one of the key's of res. The problem is I can't access the res object as it's of type MiddlewareResult & is the whole request itself that is returned from a procedure's query/mutation. How should I go about solving this? Is there a way I could destruct the data returned from next() and wrap it in a defined type say something similar to,
type Response = {
event: "requested_data"; // res.response.type
request: { ip: res.req.headers.forwarded, ua: ...},
time: 18214931949,
data: { type: "query/mutation", path: "procedure path", ctx: res.ctx, input: res.input, response: res.response.message
},
}
type Response = {
event: "requested_data"; // res.response.type
request: { ip: res.req.headers.forwarded, ua: ...},
time: 18214931949,
data: { type: "query/mutation", path: "procedure path", ctx: res.ctx, input: res.input, response: res.response.message
},
}
& fill in the fields with my res object. log the response to my db & return res.reponse to my client.
I
isitayush428d ago
tldr; Is it possible for my procedure to act as a middlware & my post middlware as a response? If I'm missing something or if someone has a better approach. I'll greatly appreciate it. Update: Is it possible to ensure that every procedure returns a defined type of data? Something similar to .output() but in a way where I don't need to define it again & again for every procedure.