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How to turn off php warning messages

How to turn off php warning messages

How to turn off php warning messages

(OP)
Does anyone know how to turn off php's warning messages once it is installed on microsoft's iis server?
Many thanks.

RE: How to turn off php warning messages

I'm not familiar with PHP on a Microsoft platform, but on Linux the php.ini file contains variables that regulate Error handling and reporting.  If you can find a php.ini file, search for "warn" or "WARN".

Hope this helps.


Hardy Merrill
Mission Critical Linux, Inc.
http://www.missioncriticallinux.com

RE: How to turn off php warning messages

Well, I have a linux box too, but you may find your thing in the php.ini, like hmerril mentioned.
The parameter you have to look is 'error_reporting' and it may have a bit-value.
If it has the bit-value 8, PHP displays
warnings that can be ignored (but often give hints about possible error-sources).
4: Parse-Errors
2: Normal Warnings
1: Normal Errors

Hope it helps!


 
 

RE: How to turn off php warning messages

(OP)
Thanks for your help it worked - I found php.ini and turned off the warnings.
Cath.

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