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This FAQ should add a solution to enable php debug using phpmyadmin. Just incase users can't gain access to admin/user interface *similar to blank page*. Just a suggestion.
Published: 2005/1/1 20:49 • Updated: 2005/1/1 20:49
I'll post that info here for reference.
MySQL query to change the XOOPS Debug Mode setting:
Replace XXXX with the value of XOOPS_DB_PREFIX in mainfile.php (default is "xoops").
Replace YYYY (Debug Mode) with:
0, for Off
1, for PHP Debug
2, for MySQL/Blocks Debug
3, for Smarty Template Debug
Published: 2005/1/1 23:03 • Updated: 2005/1/1 23:03
I'm not sure if you're out of date or if I'm out of date, but my config table is named xxxx_config, NOT xxxx_conf. Anyway, thanks for the good info.
Published: 2005/11/4 15:39 • Updated: 2005/11/4 15:39
I'm pretty sure its a typo. The correct one is:
Published: 2005/11/5 2:51 • Updated: 2005/11/5 2:51
It doesnt work for me... tell me that 0 row changed...
Published: 2005/12/28 17:38 • Updated: 2005/12/28 17:38
I'm doing an ajax-style include of pages within a form and I want to disable the called pages' debugging. Is there any way within a specific page context to change the debug_mode value?
Published: 2006/9/8 15:07 • Updated: 2006/9/8 15:07