$log->getEntries() method

Return given number of entries from end of log file, with each entry as an associative array of components

This is effectively the same as the getLines() method except that each entry is an associative array rather than a single line (string). This method is pagination aware.

Usage

// basic usage
$array = $log->getEntries(string $name);

// usage with all arguments
$array = $log->getEntries(string $name, array $options = []);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
namestring

Name of log file (excluding extension)

options (optional)array

Optional options to modify default behavior:

  • limit (integer): Specify number of lines (default=100)
  • text (string): Text to find.
  • dateFrom (int|string): Oldest date to match entries.
  • dateTo (int|string): Newest date to match entries.
  • reverse (bool): Reverse order (default=true)
  • pageNum (int): Pagination number 1 or above (default=0 which means auto-detect)

Return value

array

Returns an array of associative arrays, each with the following components:

  • date (string): ISO-8601 date string
  • user (string): user name or boolean false if unknown
  • url (string): full URL or boolean false if unknown
  • text (string): text of the log entry

See Also


$log methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.130

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