This post will be the first in a series where I will attempt to add mobile support for my questionnaire module. I say “attempt”, because this will be using some technologies that I am not familiar with so I will be learning as I go. I won’t guarantee success, but I will document the efforts.
Logstore plugin for moodle to ship logs to graylog or other log backends which supports the GELF format. This plugin requires that you have a working Graylog node. Open source Graylog can be downloaded for free from graylog2.org. Transport protocols TCP and UDP are supported.
Log timestamp in Graylog is directly taken from moodle log entry’s timecreated. Useful when importing logs from moodle to graylog in a live moodle installation.
The array in other column in standard logstore is sent as a JSON string as of now. Users can use the “JSON Extractor” feature of Graylog in the other field to store them as separate fields in Graylog.
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The plugin named “Plugin Skeleton Generator” is a developer tool and will help you to generate a skeleton code for a plugin that the developer can build on. The plugin is accessible from web interface as well as fully support all command line tools.