Is there any sort of reference for notices in the SPA Error Log? Or, is the best way just to post them here for feedback?
I’m trying to decipher what the error below means. It occurs numerous times (like 50x) at the time indicated…
|19 March 2012
Notice | Uninitialized string offset: 0
If I empty the log, it immediately pops back up with at least one reference upon refresh of the error log pane. So I’m not provided a chance to visit the forums to see if any particular activity might be causing the error.
Thanks in advance for any feedback!
When the ‘type’ is ‘php’ then the bottom line is the important one. If is says ‘Notice’ then it can basically be ignored – they are more nuisance value. if you get them repeatedly then it is useful for us to know because we can eradicate them. In this case it comes from an SP option you have quite possibly never set up so it has no value. When you decide to oput in an error log for debug purposes then you have to put up with chaff!
But I will note this so we can clean it up ll the same.
If it says ‘Fatal then we DO need to know about it. ‘Warnings’ can fall either way.
If the ‘type’ is ‘database’ then it is a good idea to let us know so we can figure what your problem is.
But – on the whole – the log is there so we can ask you to look at it if you report a problem. There is no real need for you to keep an eye on it.
As I say – I will log that one yoiu are getting.
Yellow Swordfish said
I will note this so we can clean it up…
Thanks for that, and the info too!
and that one is cleaned up for the nest update.