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  1. I built an application for a client of mine using PHPRunner about 3 years ago. It has functioned perfectly right up to today when they notified me that they were unable to Export any records. I have attached the error report that comes up when you run Export function. According to the report it is unable to find a file or path. I have been on to server with FTP client and all the paths, files and contents are present. Can anyone please give me any advise on what might suddenly cause this error after many years. All other functionality of the Database is fine. Many thanks, Carl.
  2. I've just ported a system I wrote a few years back into PHP into a new environment that has PHP 7.1.4 instead of PHP 5.x. My programs used to work perfectly but are now throwing errors, many of which I've never seen before. I am not a fluent PHP programmer although I have programmed in a variety of languages, including Java, so I'm not new to programming by any means. I was reading a short tutorial about PHP error handling and they suggested writing an error-handling function and invoking it as follows: //Error handler function function customError($errno, $errstr, $errfile, $errline, $errcontext) { echo "<b>Error:</b> [$errno] $errstr<br>"; echo "<b>File/Line:</b> $errfile/$errline<br>"; //echo "<b>Error context:</b><br>"; //print_r($errcontext); echo "....Ending Program"; die(); } //Set error handler set_error_handler("customError",E_ALL); I did that and got this: Error: [8] Undefined index: report_layout File/Line: /storage/h13/139/1556139/public_html/SideTrekkedContributions.php/28 In the first line of that, am I correct in assuming that the [8] denotes the severity level of the error, specifically E_NOTICE, which is defined as "Run-time notices. The script found something that might be an error, but could also happen when running a script normally."? Or is the 8 uniquely associated with an "Undefined index" error in a world where every distinct error has a specific number associated with it, like 37 for division by zero and 412 for array index out of bounds? I think it must be the former and that there will be all kinds of errors that have the number 8 but my knowledge of PHP is sketchy so I want to be sure. Now, assuming I'm right and that 8 is the severity of the error, what should one normally do with E_NOTICE errors? Ideally, I'd like PHP not to display this message and I'd like to get rid of the message by doing whatever I need to do to prevent PHP from thinking there's anything wrong (as opposed to telling it not to show me errors below a certain severity). In this particular case, the line of code identified as the source of the error is this: switch($_POST['report_layout']) { I'm darned if I can see what's wrong with this. I never got an error of any kind about this code on the old system. But maybe the old system wanted to show me messages like this but had minor errors suppressed; I really don't know. I tried initializing that variable to null $report_layout = null; but that did NOT keep the error from appearing. I'm at a loss how to satisfy PHP that the variable has been appropriately initialized so it doesn't have to tell me that there's an undefined index. Can anyone enlighten me on the points I've raised?
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