Done using the MySQL database site, will surely not know the error occurred, how records show? The following is the specific solution:
/ / Create the error log
function error () (
$ Fp = @ fopen ("error.dat", "a +");
$ Time = date ("Y-m-d H: i: s");
$ Msg = "(VisitedTime: $ time) t
(VisiterIP: $ _SERVER [REMOTE_ADDR]) t
(Errormsg: ". MySQL_error ()."} t
(File :->$_ SERVER [PHP_SELF]) t
(User: $ _SESSION [user])
@ Fputs ($ fp, $ msg);
@ Fclose ($ fp);
I use the above code is a class of error recording.
In your page using the MySQL connection within this call.
The following code directly in your directory set up the error log.
if (MySQL_error ()) (
$ Classname-> error ();
If your error page, the page you are shielded enough as long as they cover, would not disclose the information, and the relative in this directory on the establishment of a
error.dat content (eg.)
(VisitedTime :2002-05-09 14:43:56)
(Errormsg: Duplicate entry '0 'for key 1)
(File: -> / path / path / errorfilename.PHP)
This record is definitely for the good of the page.
If you do not include add __LINE__
If you require such proposals to join __LINE__ better help you quickly find the wrong location, to facilitate problem-solving.
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