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|MediaWiki file: LogEntry.php|
|Source code:||master • 1.34.0 • 1.33.2 • 1.31.6|
LogEntry.php contains classes for dealing with individual log entries. It has the interface LogEntry, the abstract class LogEntryBase, and the classes DatabaseLogEntry, RCDatabaseLogEntry, and ManualLogEntry.
- ManualLogEntry is used for creating new log entries and then inserting them into the database.
- DatabaseLogEntry is used as a value class to process existing log entries. In other words, it caches a log entry from the database and provides an immutable object-oriented representation of it. It is most commonly instantiated via
DatabaseLogEntry::newFromRow()and can be instantiated using entries from either the logging or recentchanges table.
- RCDatabaseLogEntry is a subclass of DatabaseLogEntry for objects constructed from entries in the recentchanges table (rather than the logging table).
ManualLogEntry::__construct( $type, $subtype )- subtype means logging.log_action.