config/application.php

 

/*
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	| Profiler Toolbar
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	|
	| Laravel includes a beautiful profiler toolbar that gives you a heads
	| up display of the queries and logs performed by your application.
	| This is wonderful for development, but, of course, you should
	| disable the toolbar for production applications..
	|
	*/
	'profiler' => true,

config/error.php

/*
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	| Error Detail
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	|
	| Detailed error messages contain information about the file in which an
	| error occurs, as well as a PHP stack trace containing the call stack.
	| You'll want them when you're trying to debug your application.
	|
	| If your application is in production, you'll want to turn off the error
	| details for enhanced security and user experience since the exception
	| stack trace could contain sensitive information.
	|
	*/
	'detail' => true,
	/*
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	| Error Logging
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	|
	| When error logging is enabled, the "logger" Closure defined below will
	| be called for every error in your application. You are free to log the
	| errors however you want. Enjoy the flexibility.
	|
	*/
	'log' => true,

 

config/database.php

/*
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	| Database Query Logging
	|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
	|
	| By default, the SQL, bindings, and execution time are logged in an array
	| for you to review. They can be retrieved via the DB::profile() method.
	| However, in some situations, you may want to disable logging for
	| ultra high-volume database work. You can do so here.
	|
	*/
	'profile' => true,




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