Tyk events carry some additional metadata (especially important for the webhook handler). this data can be used by the webhook and exposed if it implements it. The metadata that comes with an event is:
Message(string): a custom human readable message from the thing generating the event
Path(string): The path that was accessed that led to the event being fired
Origin(string): Origin data (if it exists)
Key(string): The key that raised the event
OriginatingRequest(string): Base64-encoded wire-protocol representation of the inbound request
These metadata elements are exposed so that they can be used in templates - again, this only applies to the webhook handler in this version, however it is a generic feature available to all handlers, for an example of how they are used, see the
templates/default_webhook.json file, this is a golang template that directly accesses these values and exposes them as a webhook JSON payload.
Circuit breaker events carry different data, see Circuit Breakers to see what is exposed.
Raw Request Data
Tyk will supply a Base64 encoded representation of the original request to the event handler, if you are running a service bus or queue that stores failed, throttled or other types of requests, you can decode this object and parse it in order to re-create the original intent of the request (e.g. for post-processing).