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Who is this for?

This is for Yii2 developers that need to integrate their applications with Error Tracker. This extension uses the Yii2 log component to send errors and warnings direct to Error Tracker.


Install this package with composer.

composer require error-tracker/yii2-log-target


To configure the log target in your application, add the below config. Whenever there is a server side error this will be added to the file log as it normally would. Additionally this will be sent to the error tracker dashboard, for easy searches, alerts and other handy tools.

'log' => [
    'targets' => [
            'class' => 'yii\log\FileTarget',
            'levels' => ['error', 'warning'],
            'class' => 'ErrorTracker\Yii2\ErrorTrackerTarget',
            'levels' => ['error', 'warning'],
            'app_key' => 'YOUR_APP_KEY'

When an error is reported onto Error Tracker, it will be saved with a Reference. This is your user's session id, and is also the id you can use to trace the error in your file log where you can find more information about that error error.

Using Yii2's log functions

You can use Yii2's error and warning methods to log errors to Error Tracker without throwing exceptions. This will still be logged in the same way, and will additionally and automatically sent if you have the log target configured. The below code will send an error without throwing an exception.

try {
} catch (\Exception $e) {
    Yii::error($e->getMessage(), $e->getName());


Disable your log target by using the method documented by Yii2. Optionally disable the target by setting the enabled property in the configuration. The below config only enables the logger if your application is in a production environment.

    'class' => 'ErrorTracker\Yii2\ErrorTrackerTarget',
    'levels' => ['error', 'warning'],
    'app_key' => 'YOUR_APP_KEY',
    'enabled' => YII_ENV_PROD,


Getting set up

Clone the repo and run composer install. Then start hacking!


All new features of bug fixes must be tested. Testing is with phpunit and can be run with the following command.

composer run-script test

Coding Standards

This library uses psr2 coding standards and squizlabs/php_codesniffer for linting. There is a composer script for this:

composer run-script lint

Pull Requests

Before creating a pull request with your changes, the pre-commit script must pass. That can be run as follows:

composer run-script pre-commit


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