Exception logger for YII2

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1.0.12 2022-11-29 14:20 UTC

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Exceptions logging extension for YII2


The preferred way to install this extension is through composer.


php composer.phar require pozitronik/yii2-exceptionslogger "dev-master"

or add

"pozitronik/yii2-exceptionslogger": "dev-master"

to the require section of your composer.json file.


Yii2, PHP >= 7.2.0


At first, run a included migration:

yii migrate/up --migrationPath=vendor/pozitronik/yii2-exceptionslogger/migrations

This extension provides an SysExceptions::log() static function, that can accept any Throwable interface as first parameter. All exception data will be saved in sys_exceptions table (in case of database failure data will be written into runtime/exception.log file).

Example of usage

try {
	$i = $i/0;
} catch (Throwable $t) {
	SysExceptions::log($t);//just silently log exception
	SysExceptions::log(new RuntimeException("Someone tried divide to zero"), false, true);//silently log own exception and mark it as known error
	SysExceptions::log(new RuntimeException("It prohibited by mathematics"), true);//log own exception and throw it

Also, LoggedException class provided. Just wrap your current exceptions in it, like:

    throw new LoggedException(
        new HttpException('Bad thing')

instead of:

throw new HttpException('Bad thing');