PHP Errors identify all types of PHP errors such as:
Hard errors that cause stops in page execution.
Warnings that interrupt the end user experience.
Notices that could lead to larger problems.
This type of event is useful in QA processes to identify problems that may have slipped through the cracks during production. Production environments can benefit from using this PHP Intelligence feature to alert administrators about runtime errors in their application that could seriously impact the end user's experience.
Used to generate severe or moderate events on selected PHP errors, when they occur, and identify real-time failures for given users.
To select a PHP Error Level, scroll through the selection and use CTRL for multiple selections. The trigger type list is the same; therefore severe event selection takes priority over moderate event selection.
Event reporting for PHP errors can be changed by setting error reporting to 0 or using the silence operator @.
There are three options for activating Additional Rules:
Always Report Errors - Ignore the error-reporting setting and the silence operator and report all PHP errors.
Report errors that match the error-reporting criteria - Ignore all PHP errors silenced using either the error-reporting setting or the silence operator.
Report any errors not silenced with the operator @ - Ignore the error-reporting setting and only ignore errors silenced with the silence operator.