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Old 3rd December 2008, 20:03
realshock realshock is offline
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Debugging PHP?
I'm a newbie to PHP in general. I know some basic concepts but not a programer by any means. I have a script that used to run just fine under PHP4 .... I do # php quarantine_report.php and it generates and email reports for quarantined spam.

After an upgrade to PHP5 i excuate the same command and get nothing at all. I tried to turn on error reporting and debuging optoins in php.ini but no luck.

I there a way to debug php script while running?
Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Old 5th December 2008, 00:06
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You could put some echo and print_r commands in the file to print out the values of certain variables or arrays during the script.
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