The debug mode provides a more detailed logging output (including PHP version, a list with activated extensions and a check if XDebug is enabled), by automatically setting the Monolog log level to
LogLevel::DEBUG if NOT overwritten with the commandline option
--log-level. Additionally it ignores
but logs these issues as warnings to the console.
When the debug mode has been enabled, missing attribute option values will NOT throw an exception, instead they will logged and put on an internal stack. If the MissingOptionValuesPlugin has been enabled, a CSV file with the missing option values will be created in the temporary import folder. If a Swift Mailer has been enabled by the plugin configuration, the CSV file will be sent to the given mail addresses.
This will help developers to test imports with partially invalid CSV files which do NOT break data consistency.
To improve performance, up from version 3.6.0, metadata that allows to retrace above artefacts where the field data has been originated in, is only available in debug mode. In production mode, exceptions will now only contain name and line number of the actual artefact.