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Very simple http request-response log in database for debugging APIs.

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Very simple http request-response log in database for debugging APIs.

I've used it to debug small API for Django, built with DRF.

.. warning::

This is not for production systems, if you want to handle reasonable amount of
data, please use `logstash`_, `Runscope`_, `django-request`_ or similar solutions.
Each one has it's own focus.

.. _logstash:
.. _runscope:
.. _django-request:


Install django-httplog::

pip install django-httplog

Add 'httplog' to INSTALLED_APPS::


Make sure user model is available either via settings.AUTH_USER_MODEL or
``django.contrib.auth`` is installed too.

Launch `` syncdb`` or `` migrate``

Add middleware::


Add viewnames to log, or app_name (from to log::

HTTPLOG_URLNAMES = ['urlname1', 'urlname_x']
HTTPLOG_APPS = ['my_super_app_name']

By default, nothing is logged.


* TODO: support DRF user


0.1.0 (2013-08-15)

* First release

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