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Since I'm doing a lot of detailed logging in our internal PW-based systems, that has become a bit of a bottleneck under heavy load and I was missing a centralized view with the growing number of separate PW instances. So I dug into the core a bit, namely WireLog.php and FileLog.php as well as ProcessWire.php. I managed to whip up my own WireLogDatabase and DbLog classes mimicking the behaviour of the regular logging classes, but not without a little bit of tweaking to the ProcessWire class itself to replace the regular logger. Now I'm logging to a MySQL server instead of plain files and ProcessLogger works smoothly with it without tweaking. I thought it would be shame to keep this all to myself, but a release-worthy version would need or could benefit from: a bit of polishing in regards to error handling and proper treatment of conflicting concurrent operations without too much lock overhead (drop table vs. insert especially) more source code documentation a little more abstraction so all csv operations are deprecated in favor of database columns where avaible last but not least, an approved way to configure the substitute logger and load it early on, which means touching the core ProcessWire class Before I invest too much into that, I'd love to hear all thoughts on this, especially if you think such a module may fit your requirements, and I would be especially happy to hear from @ryan - could you see such a mechanism in the core?
so this is really weird issue i am so confused about this, so i have setup 'images' field where i put images and the include them in CKeditor, should work right? well it works on some sites, i use it nearly in every page but at one page, the images included in that CKeditor only show up, when i am logged into processwire, when i turn on incognito mode the images dissapear, but only on this specific page, everywhere else it works perfectly, has anyone came across this issue? i have nowhere in the site login checker, i have no idea what is going on
Usually I write modules just for me and my projects because they are more or less individual. Mail Debugger is the first module which might be interested for someone else as well. https://modules.processwire.com/modules/mail-debugger/ Basically it covers two use cases: 1) Log outgoing emails 2) In debug mode mails are send to a specified email address instead of the original recipient(s) I checked the compatibility for PW 3+ because unfortunately I don't have any other version for testing currently. Feel free to drop me a comment if the module works also for older PW versions.