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what is the use for error_log() in php?

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what is the use for error_log() in php?
posted Aug 3, 2014 by anonymous

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The error_log() function sends an error to the server error log, a file or a remote destination.

This funtion returns TRUE on success, or FALSE on failure.

error_log(error,type,destination,headers)

Example:

<?php
// Send notification through the server log if we can not
// connect to the database.
if (!Ora_Logon($username, $password)) {
    error_log("Oracle database not available!", 0);
}

// Notify administrator by email if we run out of FOO
if (!($foo = allocate_new_foo())) {
    error_log("Big trouble, we're all out of FOOs!", 1,
               "operator@example.com");
}

// another way to call error_log():
error_log("You messed up!", 3, "/var/tmp/my-errors.log");
?>
answer Aug 5, 2014 by Madhavi Latha
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