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On my Apache host, localhost:8080, no error message are being displayed. If
I have an error in my PHP code, all I get is a blank screen. Do I need to
configure something in Apache or PHP.ini to turn on error messages?

Thanks..
Jul 17 '05 #1
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On Sun, 15 May 2005 11:40:17 -0400, "Bruce A. Julseth"
<br***********@attglobal.net> wrote:
On my Apache host, localhost:8080, no error message are being displayed. If
I have an error in my PHP code, all I get is a blank screen. Do I need to
configure something in Apache or PHP.ini to turn on error messages?


display_errors=on and error_reporting=E_ALL are the two main ones to set for
development, in php.ini.

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