class ProfilerListener implements EventSubscriberInterface

ProfilerListener collects data for the current request by listening to the kernel events.

Methods

__construct(Profiler $profiler, RequestStack $requestStack, RequestMatcherInterface $matcher = null, bool $onlyException = false, bool $onlyMasterRequests = false)

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onKernelException(GetResponseForExceptionEvent $event)

Handles the onKernelException event.

onKernelResponse(FilterResponseEvent $event)

Handles the onKernelResponse event.

onKernelTerminate(PostResponseEvent $event)

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static array
getSubscribedEvents()

Returns an array of event names this subscriber wants to listen to.

Details

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__construct(Profiler $profiler, RequestStack $requestStack, RequestMatcherInterface $matcher = null, bool $onlyException = false, bool $onlyMasterRequests = false)

Parameters

Profiler $profiler A Profiler instance
RequestStack $requestStack A RequestStack instance
RequestMatcherInterface $matcher A RequestMatcher instance
bool $onlyException True if the profiler only collects data when an exception occurs, false otherwise
bool $onlyMasterRequests True if the profiler only collects data when the request is a master request, false otherwise

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onKernelException(GetResponseForExceptionEvent $event)

Handles the onKernelException event.

Parameters

GetResponseForExceptionEvent $event

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onKernelResponse(FilterResponseEvent $event)

Handles the onKernelResponse event.

Parameters

FilterResponseEvent $event

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onKernelTerminate(PostResponseEvent $event)

Parameters

PostResponseEvent $event

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static array getSubscribedEvents()

Returns an array of event names this subscriber wants to listen to.

The array keys are event names and the value can be:

  • The method name to call (priority defaults to 0)
  • An array composed of the method name to call and the priority
  • An array of arrays composed of the method names to call and respective priorities, or 0 if unset

For instance:

  • array('eventName' => 'methodName')
  • array('eventName' => array('methodName', $priority))
  • array('eventName' => array(array('methodName1', $priority), array('methodName2')))

Return Value

array The event names to listen to