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Unified Logging

Description

Unified Logging is Logging as a Service (LaaS). This plugin taps into php logging and sends the logging information to Unified Logging (http://www.unifiedlogging.com) so you can be notified if something goes wrong and then can review the messages.

To signup for a free account go to https://portal.unifiedlogging.com/signup/

After signing up visit your profile page (https://portal.unifiedlogging.com/profile/) and retrieve your submission url, access key and secret key then input these into the “Settings” page after the plugin is activated.

More info can be found at: http://blog.unifiedlogging.com/getting-started-with-unified-logging-wordpress-plugin/

Your data is sent over ssl and the secret key is used to create a hash to make sure the data is not tampered with.

NOTE: this plugin may work with earlier versions but has not been tested.

Installation

  1. Unpackage contents to wp-content/plugins/unifiedlogging so that unifiedlogging.php, ul-error-handler.php and unifiedlogging-ui.php are in a unifiedlogging folder under plugins
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Tune the settings at Settings->Unified Logging.

Alternatively you could upload the zip file via the add new plugin ui within wordpress.

Refer to the post: http://blog.unifiedlogging.com/getting-started-with-unified-logging-wordpress-plugin/

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