Sometimes it can be really hard to debug a request without looking at the actual XML result directly. To make this task a little easier, you can provide a PSR-3 compliant logger to the connection. This will result in each request URL being logged, with the request parameters appended in the query.
Many frameworks and libraries provide loggers implementing PSR-3, so you have a wide variety to choose from. In the
following example we will use the PSR-3 adapter of
<?php use Zend\Log\Logger; use Zend\Log\PsrLoggerAdapter; use Zend\Log\Writer\Stream; $logger = new PsrLoggerAdapter( new Logger([ 'writers' => [ new Stream('/path/to/logfile') ], ]) ); $connection = new Connection( $httpClient, $uri, $databsae, null, $logger );
Since a logger will cause I/O for every single request made against the FileMaker Server, you should not enable this in production.