How to enable query log in Laravel ?


Posted On: Apr 19, 2024


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  •  devquora
    Answered by Priyag Chaudhary

    So you want to log an executed query in Laravel. here we are going to see different ways to enable query log in Laravel.

    1. Printing last executed query.

    You can use DB::getQueryLog() method to log or print the last executed query in Laravel. Here is an example

    DB::enableQueryLog(); // enable query log
    $posts = DB::table('post')->select('id', 'title','body')->get(); // runing query in laravel
    dd(DB::getQueryLog()); // Getting query log and printing it.

    2. Logging all queries in Laravel.

    If you are looking for a solution to log all queries in Laravel then you have to add following lines of code in your AppServiceProvider.php. AppServiceProvider.php is located app\Providers directory of your Laravel application.

      DB::listen(function ($query){
        File::append( storage_path('logs/queries-'.Carbon::today()->toDateString().'.log'),
          '/'.Request::path() . ' ### (' . $query->sql . ') [' . implode(', ', $query->bindings) . ']' . ' - at ' . Carbon::now()->toTimeString() . PHP_EOL

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