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
(printing home inspection reports is what the app is all about so I'm thinking this could get ugly fast)
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!