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Supporting Enqueue

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Debugging

Profiler

It may be useful to see what messages were sent during a http request. The bundle provides a collector for Symfony profiler. The extension collects all sent messages

To enable profiler

# app/config/config_dev.yml

enqueue:
    default:
        client:
            traceable_producer: true

Now suppose you have this code in an action:

<?php

use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Controller\Controller;
use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request;
use Enqueue\Client\Message;
use Enqueue\Client\ProducerInterface;

class DefaultController extends Controller
    /**
     * @Route("/", name="homepage")
     */
    public function indexAction(Request $request)
    {
        /** @var ProducerInterface $producer */
        $producer = $this->get('enqueue.producer');

        $producer->sendEvent('foo_topic', 'Hello world');

        $producer->sendEvent('bar_topic', ['bar' => 'val']);

        $message = new Message();
        $message->setBody('baz');
        $producer->sendEvent('baz_topic', $message);

        // ...
    }

For this action you may see something like this in the profiler:

Symfony profiler

Queues and topics available

There are two console commands ./bin/console enqueue:queues and ./bin/console enqueue:topics. They are here to help you to learn more about existing topics and queues.

Here’s the result:

Cli debug commands

Consume command verbosity

By default the commands enqueue:consume or enqueue:transport:consume does not output anything. You can add -vvv to see more information.

Consume command verbosity

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