The set_error_handler didn't work correctly in that it wouldn't execute except
when trigger_error was called, otherwise this would have worked great a week
ago when we were trying to implement this. Thats why we went with a error log
which was auto-emailed by a timed script.
P.S. I apologize for cross emailing, but I thought it may be applicable to PHP's
in that there might be a line of C or something in the PHP source distro I could
On Tue, 02 Apr 2002 18:03:48 +0200, Stefan Livieratos <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi there,
> take a look at the first user contributed note on
> The fifth argument of the custom error handler is the context in which
> the error occured.
> Hope that helps.
> Stefan Livieratos
> P.S.: Please don't crosspost your messages to php.dev.
> Adam Voigt wrote:
> > At our web hosting facillity we have several developers (each who recieve a
> > email when an error occurs on the site there working on) and we would like to have
> > data included in the log files which are written (such as the $_POST, $_GET,
> > $_SERVER arrays), this would help us to figure out more precisely why exactly an
> > occured for a particular user. I already looked at the error_append entry which
> > to append code to an error message but it appears that does not carry over to the
> > is there anyway to make all these arrays dump into the error log after each error
> > know there is probably a way to do it with some combination of OR and
> > something, but it would be nice if the built in error handling could do it.).
> > Thanks,
> > Adam Voigt
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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