On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 10:20 AM, VanBuskirk, Patricia
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have the line "ini_set('display_errors', 'on');" in my code, but it is
> not working. Does it need to be the first command on the page?
> I have full access to the php.ini file, which is what I do now to
> test... go there, change the file, restart the IIS service, etc. I read
> somewhere recently where they used this line in their code, and I
> thought how convenient that would be ... just haven't been able to get
> it to work. I will try "true" instead of "on" and see if that works.
> Does it go back to the default on it's own, or do I need to hard-code
> that in the page when I'm done?
Trish, this is a general question rather than a database question,
so it's being forwarded to the PHP-General list as well. It will not
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Try something like this at the head of your code:
Keep in mind that it will only be executed in the same script as
it's coded, and only if/when those lines are executed. It won't set
the system-wide (or even same-session) display_errors, it only enables
that option for that script at that time.
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