connect-requestid - Connect middleware that adds a unique id to each request.

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Adds this to your .use configuration block. The id is generated from the require('connect-requestid').generator function. This function will by default uses the node-uuid module to generates 16 bytes of a unique identifier each time it is called.

http://npmjs.org/package/connect-requestid
https://github.com/chakrit/connect-requestid

Dependencies:

uuid : ~1.4.1

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