How to log get and post requests in laravel?

by tressie.damore , in category: PHP Frameworks , 9 days ago

How to log get and post requests in laravel?

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by lily , 8 days ago

@tressie.damore 

In Laravel, you can log both GET and POST requests using Laravel's built-in logging functionality. You can log requests in Laravel by following these steps:

  1. Open your routes/web.php file and add the following code to log the GET requests:
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Route::get('/{uri}', function ($uri) {
    Log::info('GET request: ' . $uri);
    // Your route logic here
})->where('uri', '.*');


  1. Open your routes/api.php file and add the following code to log the POST requests:
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Route::post('/your-route', function (Request $request) {
    Log::info('POST request: ' . $request->all());
    // Your route logic here
});


  1. Make sure to add the following use statement at the top of your file so you can access Laravel's Request class:
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use IlluminateHttpRequest;


  1. Finally, make sure that your Laravel application is configured to log to the desired location (e.g., storage/logs/laravel.log). You can set the logging configuration in the config/logging.php file.


With these steps, you will be able to log both GET and POST requests in Laravel. You can customize the log messages and format as needed to suit your requirements.