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I've an insert statement that takes datas from XML files. Sometimes, for
some reasons, the XML file get corrupted. If it's the case, the script
crashes and it doesn't continue, even if the following items are ok.

How to let the script continue, even if there is an "insert" error (or any
error). I won't my script to stop. I will be able to log where the problem
is then continue the script. I can then come back later to analyse the
corrupted file.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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Bob Bedford wrote:
I've an insert statement that takes datas from XML files. Sometimes, for some reasons, the XML file get corrupted. If it's the case, the script crashes and it doesn't continue, even if the following items are ok.

How to let the script continue, even if there is an "insert" error (or any error). I won't my script to stop. I will be able to log where the problem is then continue the script. I can then come back later to analyse the corrupted file.

This can be achieved by "stacking" the errors using
set_error_handl er() <http://in2.php.net/set_error_handl er> Also, search
for some classes on this error handling. I have a class which when
configured can do exactly this--but can't outsource it now as it is
quite proprietary.

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