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PHP - How to creating own error logs for debugging PHP scripts

Date Created: 1 Apr, 2009   (9 year(s) ago) Viewed: 1195 Rating: 

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Please insert the following code in your PHP script. (or create separate file and adding the code in it. Include the file using "include()")

   error_reporting(0);
$old_error_handler = set_error_handler("userErrorHandler");
function userErrorHandler ($errno, $errmsg, $filename, $linenum, $vars)
{
$time=date("d M Y H:i:s");
// Get the error type from the error number
$errortype = array (1 => "Error",
2 => "Warning",
4 => "Parsing Error",
8 => "Notice",
16 => "Core Error",
32 => "Core Warning",
64 => "Compile Error",
128 => "Compile Warning",
256 => "User Error",
512 => "User Warning",
1024 => "User Notice");
$errlevel=$errortype[$errno];
//Write error to log file (CSV format)
$errfile=fopen("errors.csv","a");
fputs($errfile,"\"$time\",\"$filename:
$linenum\",\"($errlevel) $errmsg\"\r\n");
fclose($errfile);

if($errno!=2 && $errno!=8) {
//Terminate script if fatal error
die("A fatal error has occurred. Script execution has been aborted");
}
}
*** The above information is for reference only, Please seek independent technical advice if found necessary.
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