My 'display_errors' is "ON" and my 'error_reporting' is "22517".  I'm
not sure what that means but it looks as if I should be getting error
messages somewhere.


On 2/9/2013 4:02 PM, Stuart Dallas wrote:
> On 9 Feb 2013, at 21:00, Jonathan Eagle <> wrote:
>> Stuart,
>> Thanks for getting back to me....  you were right - I had misread the
>> headers_sent() Return Value statement.  When I went back and tested
>> it turns out that the 'initialize' routine is somehow prematurely
>> sending output out.   So, now I have to figure out which of the ten
>> called routines and classes/objects in the initialize script are the
>> culprit.
>> I greatly appreciate the assistance,
> The error message that should be being displayed tells you where output was 
> started. Check your error_reporting and display_errors settings to make sure 
> errors are being displayed and you should be able to save a lot of time.
> -Stuart

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