Every DipDup project has multiple event hooks (previously "default hooks"); they fire on system-wide events and, like regular hooks, are not linked to any index. Names of those hooks are reserved; you can't use them in config. It's also impossible to fire them manually or with a job scheduler.
This hook executes right before starting indexing. It allows configuring DipDup in runtime based on data from external sources. Datasources are already initialized at execution and available at
ctx.datasources. You can, for example, configure logging here or add contracts and indexes in runtime instead of from static config.
This hook fires after the database are re-initialized after reindexing (wipe). Helpful in modifying schema with arbitrary SQL scripts before indexing.
This hook fires when every active index reaches a realtime state. Here you can clear caches internal caches or do other cleanups.
Fires when TzKT datasource has received a chain reorg message which can't be processed by dropping buffered messages (
Since version 6.0 this hook performs a database-level rollback by default. If it doesn't work for you for some reason remove
ctx.rollback call and implement your own rollback logic.