On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 12:32, Ceyhun Güler wrote:
> if I write directly "localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php" on his browser
> it response
> Warning: Undefined index: dir in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on
> line 1
> Warning: Undefined index: res in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on
> line 3
> if I write directly "localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php?dir=main&res=mine"
> than the script works like mine
> but I wonder to disable "Warning: Undefined index: dir in
> c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on line 1"
> response if someone directly enter "localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php" I want
> to say him that "Access Denied" Or something like that

'The Right Way'--there are several ;)--is to initialize your 
variables. :) If you don't want to do that, then:

1) Set error_reporting(E_ALL) for development, so you catch all the   
   silly little errors we all make;
2) Set display_errors = Off in php.ini, so that users don't see any 
   errors that are generated;
3) Use set_error_handler() to create your own function which can deal
   with error messages however you like.

To the above, you can add all sorts of things. Using 
set_error_handling(), for instance, you can have error messages logged 
to a file, or sent to a socket or pipe--whatever. But turning 
error_reporting() off while developing is just going to let you get away
with all sorts of things which might come back and bite you later 
(unquoted array keys, etc).

 Torben Wilson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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