addLogEntry

The addLogEntry hook is triggered when a new log entry is added. It passes the message, the function and the action as arguments and does not expect a return value.

Using the addLogEntry hook has been deprecated and will no longer work in Contao 5.0.

Parameters

  1. string $message

    The log message.

  2. string $func

    The PHP source method. Be aware that this is not necessarily a real function, the function accepts any string!

  3. string $action

    The log action. Usually one of the following constants, but can be any string.

    • TL_ERROR
    • TL_ACCESS
    • TL_GENERAL
    • TL_FILES
    • TL_CRON
    • TL_FORMS
    • TL_CONFIGURATION
    • TL_NEWSLETTER
    • TL_REPOSITORY

Example

// src/EventListener/AddLogEntryListener.php
namespace App\EventListener;

use Contao\CoreBundle\ServiceAnnotation\Hook;
use Terminal42\ServiceAnnotationBundle\ServiceAnnotationInterface;

class AddLogEntryListener implements ServiceAnnotationInterface
{
    /**
     * @Hook("addLogEntry")
     */
    public function onAddLogEntry(string $message, string $func, string $action): void
    {
        // Do something …
    }
}

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