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Logs

The Logs method allows all information that is neither an error nor an activity to be logged.

The Streply\Log method consists of 2 parameters:

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function Log(string $message, array $params = []): ?Streply\Responses\Entity;

The Streply\Log method allows all information that is neither an error nor an activity to be logged.

  • (string) $message - Name of the activity
  • (array) $params - Parameters

Example:

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Streply\Log('users export failure');

For example, a failure message can be added as a parameter:

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Streply\Log('users export failure', [
'message' => $message
]);

Send backtrace in logs

To improve performance, Streply only sends backtraces for errors by default. If you also want backtraces in logs, you need to enable the "backTraceInLogs" option.

Streply\Configuration::backTraceInLogs();

Logs formatting

See how to format logs.