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Configuration

Configuration of the library is very simple, check out the options.

Initialisation

Initialisation of Strepla is performed using the Initialize, method, which should be placed at the very beginning of the code (e.g. in the index.php file). The method receives the (string) DSN as the first parameter.

info

You can find the DSN code of the project in the Projects tab of your Streply account.

Streply\Initialize('https://clientPublicKey@api.streply.com/projectId');

The second, optional parameter of the Initialize method is the (array) $options in which optional settings can be defined.

Available options:

  • (string) release - Project version
  • (string) environment - Application environment
  • (function) filterBeforeSend - Filtering of events before sending
  • (array) ignoreExceptions - List of ignored exceptions
  • (bool) backTraceInLogs - Send full backtrace in logs (default false)

Example of the option's usage:

PHP
Streply\Initialize(
'https://clientPublicKey@api.streply.com/projectId',
[
'release' => 'my-project-name@2.3.12',
'environment' => 'production',
]
);

Also, you can change all options later:

PHP
Streply\Configuration::setEnvironment('local');
Streply\Configuration::setRelease('1.2.0');

Scopes

The setScope helper will set up the scope for all events captured by the Streply SDK.

PHP
\Streply\setScope(function (\Streply\Scope $scope): void {
$scope->setChannel('my-chanel');
});

If you want to change the scope for a single event, you can use the withScope helper instead. This helper does not retain the scope changes made.

PHP
\Streply\withScope(function (\Streply\Scope $scope): void {
$scope->setChannel('my-chanel');

\Streply\Log('my log with channel');
});

Available methods in scope:

  • setChannel(string $channel) - Setting event channel
  • setFlag(string $flag) - Setting event flag
  • setRelease(string $release) - Setting project release
  • setEnvironment(string $environment) - Setting project environment

Filtering requests before sending

To avoid sending unnecessary requests, you can use the filterBeforeSend option to impose conditions on events that do not need to be sent to Streply.

PHP
Streply\Initialize(
'https://clientPublicKey@api.streply.com/projectId',
[
'filterBeforeSend' => function(\Streply\Entity\Event $event): bool {
if($event->getMessage() === 'someMessage') {
return false;
}

return true;
}
]
);

Or you can set it in your project:

PHP
Streply\Configuration::filterBeforeSend(function(\Streply\Entity\Event $event) {
if($event->getMessage() === 'someMessage') {
return false;
}

return true;
});

Ignore Exceptions

You can use the ignore some exceptions option thanks to the option ignoreExceptions.

PHP
Streply\Configuration::ignoreExceptions([
App\Exception\QueryException::class,
App\Exception\InvalidAuthorizationException::class,
]);

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();