There are two ways to install Atatus in Heroku PHP apps.

PHP Apps with Composer

Follow the below steps to install Atatus in Heroku.

  1. Set Atatus Heroku PHP extension repo

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    heroku config:set HEROKU_PHP_PLATFORM_REPOSITORIES="https://s3.amazonaws.com/atatus-php-heroku-ext/heroku/"
    

    You need to set license key in the config to enable Atatus on Heroku.

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    heroku config:set ATATUS_LICENSE_KEY="lic_apm_********" ATATUS_APP_NAME="My PHP App"
    
  2. Add Atatus Heroku extension in composer.json from the previous remote package repository.

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    {
        "require": {
            "ext-atatus": "1.14.0"
        },
        "config": {
            "platform": {
                "ext-atatus": "1.14.0"
            }
        }
    }
    
  3. Install Atatus Heroku extension.

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    composer update ext-atatus
    
  4. Commit those changes to Heroku and deploy your application once again.

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    git add composer.json composer.lock
    git commit -m 'Add ext-atatus dependency to Heroku app'
    git push heroku master
    

PHP Apps without Composer

For PHP apps without composer, you shall be using Atatus Heroku PHP Buildpack. Follow the below steps to install Atatus in Heroku.

  1. Set Atatus Heroku PHP extension repo

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    heroku config:set HEROKU_PHP_PLATFORM_REPOSITORIES="https://s3.amazonaws.com/atatus-php-heroku-ext/heroku/"
    
  2. Set Atatus Heroku PHP buildpack repo

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    heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/atatus/heroku-buildpack-php-atatus.git
    
  3. Go to atatus project settings, then click on Install Agent tab and copy your license key and follow below commands

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    heroku config:set ATATUS_LICENSE_KEY="lic_apm_********" ATATUS_APP_NAME="My PHP App"
    
  4. Deploy to Heroku.

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    git commit --allow-empty -m "Rebuild slug"
    git push heroku master