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Writing custom loggers
Sometimes you need more control over your logging setup. From v1.10.1 of this package, you can define your own Logger implementation. This means that you have the flexibility to log to different types of storage, such as file or cloud-based logging service.
This can be useful for organizations that need to comply with data privacy regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For example, if an exception occurs and gets logged, it might contain sensitive information such as personally identifiable information (PII). Implementing a custom logger, you can now configure it to automatically redact this information before it gets written to the log.
A Logger is any class that implements the \Junges\Kafka\Contracts\Logger interface, and it only require that you define a error method.