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fuzzy1
09-04-2007, 10:45 PM
Hey All,

This may not be a PHP specific issue, (but maybe..) still, as it is a server side
development question, I thought I'd give it a go.

Working with a SugarCRM based php web app, and having a bit of trouble with Apache error logging from one of the app's modules.

Basically, I'm using window.print() to print an 18 page report in nested frames/iframes setting focus to print "MAIN" frame only
(which itself is comprised of 18 iframes -1 page of print and hundreds of checkboxes/text fields each.
That said, this works just fine, however apache_error.log throws about 4kb of "File does not exist:" errors with every print.
(printing home inspection reports is what the app is all about so I'm thinking this could get ugly fast)

[Tue Sep 04 15:05:13 2007] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] File does not exist: C:/AreaPro/wamp/www/crm/undefined, referer: http://localhost/crm/index.php
[Tue Sep 04 15:05:13 2007] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] File does not exist: C:/AreaPro/wamp/www/crm/undefined, referer: http://localhost/crm/index.php
Much as I'm itching to know the root of the problem, I'm thinking that I might be just as well served instructing Apache
to ignore this particular error altogether as the server is employed for this application exclusively.

Trouble is, I have NO IDEA how to go about it-- or if it is even possible.
Please, any input would be greatly appreciated!



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