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    Senior Member toadeny's Avatar
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    Hi all, i have iis 6 running php as an application, i am working on a fairly large development project at the moment and i need to do some debugging, atm when an error is encounted the output of the page stops blank and thats it, it does not say something like:

    error on line 6 syntax......

    it just blanks. im sure it can be fixed, but im forced to use iis because how our internal server is setup, anyone got any idea how to show up the errors, debugging php scripts is extremely differcult without knowing your errors !

    I have turned on e_all and e_notice etc tried all those config things in php.ini without much luck, any help is appreciated.

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    Senior Member toadeny's Avatar
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    Well, quick fix was to use apache, i managed to do that easily... and it works. I just setup the server differently, never mind.

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    IIS PHP. Turn on logging and see what the logs say.

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    Senior Member toadeny's Avatar
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    So your saying i would have to look thru logs every time i change a piece of code, just to find out what is wrong ?

    Sounds like an envolved process.

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    Have you tried "Zend Studio"?
    http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-studio.php

    You can download a 21 day trial (full version). After expiration, you're presented with an option of recieving a free licence key for unlimited use, but with some of the full-edition-features deactivated.

    It's quite nice for code debugging.
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    zend studio ? sounds interesting, ill check it out tomorrow, thanks.

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    BTW, the Zend team are the ones who made/makes the PHP core engine! So they know what they're talking about.

    There are also some nice tutorials on their site.
    S. Rosland


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