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Found 2 results

  1. Lack of Error Reporting

    Hi all, <?php require 'db/connect.php'; $result = $db->query("SELECT * FROM people"); ?> I obtained a blank page running the above script, which indicates that everything is fine (path and table name are correct). I then removed the * from the query to see if it would report an error, but it did not. I added print_r($result); and run it. Nothing has changed. I included the * and run, it reported the number of rows and columns in the table. Why there has a been a lack of error reporting in this instance, noting that the ini file is configured to report all sorts of errors, even the warnings and notices (and it is reporting all that in other scripts)?
  2. Error Reporting

    Hi all, I want to eliminate any possibility of error reporting to users as it hinders a risk of displaying valuable data to potentially dangerous people, so I am setting the error reporting to false (as shown below). I want to disallow error reporting on every page, including same in one location applicable to all pages, e.g. the config file. <?php error_reporting(0); require 'db/connect.php'; But at the same time, I want to see errors reported to me, e.g. via email. If instead of setting error reporting to false as above I only set the error reporting function to report to the email, is there any chance that some errors would still be seen by users?