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Another option for seeing the civi logs is adding the extension CiviCRM Log Viewer which gives a link via the Admin menu to view the error log


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Another option of seeing the civi logs is adding the extension CiviCRM Log Viewer which gives a link via the Admin menu to view the error log


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Re "where can I view the results" - if you want to view the log via the GUI try the log viewer extension.


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At the link you referenced it says you can use Civi::log()->debug(); this section, so for example Civi::log()->debug(var_export($my_variable, true)); I'm not sure what you mean by the directory isn't available? This article says how to find it: Where are the "ConfigAndLog" and "templates_c" directories?


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