How to Get the Query Executed in Laravel 5

Better Stack Team
Updated on November 23, 2022

By default, the query log is disabled  in Laravel 5:

Don’t worry, you can enable the query log by running the following:

// enable query log

Then you can display the log like this:

// get the query log

Or alternatively, you can register an event listener and listen for logs:

    function ($sql, $bindings, $time) {
        //  $sql - contains the SQL query
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