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Is possible to dump a query made on a twig template for a statement like this one for example:

craft.entries.section('homepage')

Can we some how see the actual SQL query ?

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You can see each SQL query that is run for a page by turning devMode on and opening your console to read the 'Profiling Summary Report'.

You can see a total query count and each query beings with system.db.CDbCommand.query.

I'd advise maybe isolating the twig code on its own template to avoid having to work out which query was a result of the twig code you're after.

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  • You can also try to filter the rows returned to the console to find the right one. In this example using "homepage" as a search term. – carlcs Jan 12 '17 at 15:11
  • Yeah this actually what i did, i isolated the twig code but instead of looking at the 'Profiling Summary Report' i used a plugin named Query log.The 'Profiling Summary Report' is much easier cause no extra plugin is needed. – nickGR Jan 13 '17 at 10:42
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In Craft 3 you can use getRawSql() at the end of the element query.

{% set entries = craft.entries.section('blog').getRawSql() %}

{{ entries }}

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