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How to Debug the Service Container & List Services
How to Debug the Service Container & List Services¶
You can find out what services are registered with the container using the console. To show all services and the class for each service, run:
$ php bin/console debug:container
By default, only public services are shown, but you can also view private services:
$ php bin/console debug:container --show-private
To see a list of all of the available types that can be used for autowiring, run:
$ php bin/console debug:autowiring
New in version 3.4: The
debug:autowiring command was introduced in Symfony 3.3.
Detailed Info about a Single Service¶
You can get more detailed information about a particular service by specifying its id:
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$ php bin/console debug:container 'AppBundle\Service\Mailer' # to show the service arguments: $ php bin/console debug:container 'AppBundle\Service\Mailer' --show-arguments
New in version 3.3: The
--show-arguments option was introduced in Symfony 3.3.
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