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Thread: apache problem
05-04-2004, 04:47 AM #1
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i use to work on IIS, but now i have switched to apache, i have installed
php and also configured it for apache, php is working fine with apache, but i am facing a very peculiar situation which is as follows:
if there is an error in the php script, the script goes blank, but if there is no syntax error i am able to execute and see the output, but in case of a syntax error the script goes blank.
i also tried to include the following line before the script but again in the output is blank - error_reporting(E_ALL);
i think there needs to be certain settings to be done in apache, which i am not able to figure out. Kindly help.
05-04-2004, 08:38 AM #2
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Hi check your php.ini settings (usually c:/windows(winnt)/php.ini) for these directives .. below should make sure you see the errors (along with error_reporting(E_ALL); etc
display_errors = On
ignore_repeated_errors = off
remember to restart apache for the changes to take effect
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