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Yuji Shimada
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NAME

DBIx::QueryLog - Logging queries for DBI

SYNOPSIS

  use DBIx::QueryLog;
  my $row = $dbh->selectrow_hashref('SELECT * FROM people WHERE user_id = ?', undef, qw/1986/);
  # => SELECT * FROM people WHERE user_id = '1986';

DESCRIPTION

DBIx::QueryLog logs each execution time and the actual query.

Currently, it works with DBD::mysql, DBD::Pg and DBD::SQLite.

CLASS METHODS

threshold

If set, only queries that take more time than this threshold will be logged (default is undef)

  DBIx::QueryLog->threshold(0.1); # sec

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_THRESHOLD environment variable.

probability

If set, the logger logs only once per a defined value. (default is undef)

  DBIx::QueryLog->probability(100); # about 1/100

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_PROBABILITY environment variable.

logger

Sets a logger class (e.g. Log::Dispach)

The logger class must have a `log` method, which should work like the one of Log::Dispatch (but see also OUTPUT section below).

  DBIx::QueryLog->logger($logger);
skip_bind

If set, DBIx::QueryLog runs faster, but placeholders are not processed.

  DBIx::QueryLog->skip_bind(1);
  my $row = $dbh->do(...);
  # => 'SELECT * FROM people WHERE user_id = ?' : [1986]

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_SKIP_BIND environment variable.

color

If set, log messages will be colored with Term::ANSIColor.

  DBIx::QueryLog->color('green');

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_COLOR environment variable.

useqq

If set, DBIx::QueryLog uses $Data::Dumper::Useqq.

  DBIx::QueryLog->useqq(1);

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_USEQQ environment variable.

compact

If set, log messages will be compact.

  DBIx::QueryLog->compact(1);
  #  FROM: SELECT          *  FROM      foo WHERE bar = 'baz'
  #  TO  : SELECT * FROM foo WHERE bar = 'baz'

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_COMPACT environment variable.

explain

EXPERIMENTAL

If set, DBIx::QueryLog logs the result of a EXPLAIN statement.

  DBIx::QueryLog->explain(1);
  my $row = $dbh->do(...);
  # => SELECT * FROM peaple WHERE user_id = '1986'
  #  .----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.
  #  | id | select_type | table  | type  | possible_keys | key     | key_len | ref   | rows | Extra |
  #  +----+-------------+--------+-------+---------------+---------+---------+-------+------+-------+
  #  |  1 | SIMPLE      | peaple | const | PRIMARY       | PRIMARY |       4 | const |    1 |       |
  #  '----+-------------+--------+-------+---------------+---------+---------+-------+------+-------'

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_EXPLAIN environment variable.

show_data_source

if set, DBI data_source will be added to the log messages.

  $dbh->do('SELECT * FROM sqlite_master');
  # [2012-03-09T00:58:23] [main] [0.000953] SELECT * FROM sqlite_master at foo.pl line 34

  DBIx::QueryLog->show_data_source(1);
  $dbh->do('SELECT * FROM sqlite_master');
  # [2012-03-09T00:58:23] [main] [0.000953] [SQLite:dbname=/tmp/TrSATdY3cc] SELECT * FROM sqlite_master at foo.pl line 56

You can also specify this with DBIX_QUERYLOG_SHOW_DATASOURCE environment variable.

guard

Returns a guard object.

  use DBIx::QueryLog ();
  {
      my $guard = DBIx::QueryLog->guard;
      # ... do something
  }

The following code does the same:

  use DBIx::QueryLog ();

  DBIx::QueryLog->enable;
  # ... do something
  DBIx::QueryLog->disable;
ignore_trace

Returns a guard object and disables tracing while the object is alive.

  use DBIx::QueryLog;

  # enabled
  $dbh->do(...);

  {
      my $guard = DBIx::QueryLog->ignore_trace;
      # disable
      $dbh->do(...);
  }

  # enabled
  $dbh->do(...)
is_enabled

Returns if DBIx::QueryLog is enabled or not.

  use DBIx::QueryLog ();

  say DBIx::QueryLog->is_enabled;

  DBIx::QueryLog->disable;

See also Localization section.

TIPS

Localization

If you want to log only in a specific scope:

  use DBIx::QueryLog (); # or require DBIx::QueryLog;

  DBIx::QueryLog->begin; # or DBIx::QueryLog->enable
  my $row = $dbh->do(...);
  DBIx::QueryLog->end;   # or DBIx::QueryLog->disable

DBIx::QueryLog logs only between begin and end.

LOG_LEVEL

When you set a logger, you might also want to change a log level.

  $DBIx::QueryLog::LOG_LEVEL = 'info'; # default 'debug'

OUTPUT

If you want to change where to output:

  open my $fh, '>', 'dbix_query.log';
  $DBIx::QueryLog::OUTPUT = $fh;

You can also specify a code reference:

  $DBIx::QueryLog::OUTPUT = sub {
      my %params = @_;

      my $format = << 'FORMAT';
  localtime  : %s       # ISO-8601 without timezone
  level      : %s       # log level ($DBIx::QueryLog::LOG_LEVEL)
  time       : %f       # elasped time
  data_source: $s       # data_source
  sql        : %s       # executed query
  bind_params: %s       # bind parameters
  pkg        : %s       # caller package
  file       : %s       # caller file
  line       : %d       # caller line
  FORMAT

      printf $format,
          @params{qw/localtime level pkg time data_source sql/},
          join(', ', @{$params{bind_params}}),
          @params{qw/file line/};

      printf "AutoCommit?: %d\n", $params->{dbh}->{AutoCommit} ? 1 : 0;
  };

You can also use this if you want to use a logger that doesn't have a log method like the one of <Log::Dispatch>.

  $DBIx::QueryLog::OUTPUT = sub {
      my %params = @_;
      my $logger = Log::Any->get_logger;
      $logger->debug("$params{message}");
  };

Note that this only works when <logger> is not set.

Default $OUTPUT is STDERR.

AUTHOR

xaicron <xaicron {at} cpan.org>

THANKS TO

tokuhirom

yibe

kamipo

tomi-ru

riywo

makamaka

BUG REPORTING

Plese use github issues: https://github.com/xaicron/p5-DBIx-QueryLog/issues.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2010 - xaicron

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

DBI