Configuration > Logging

Log Database Queries

Key: STORE_DB_TRANSACTIONS
Path: Configuration > Logging
Description: Record the database queries to files in the system /logs/ folder. USE WITH CAUTION. This can seriously degrade your site performance and blow out your disk space storage quotas.
Enabling this makes your site NON-COMPLIANT with PCI DSS rules, thus invalidating any certification.

Report All Errors (Admin)?

Key: REPORT_ALL_ERRORS_ADMIN
Path: Configuration > Logging
Description: Do you want create debug-log files for all PHP errors, even warnings, that occur during your Zen Cart admin's processing? If you want to log all PHP errors except duplicate-language definitions, choose IgnoreDups.

Report All Errors (Store)?

Key: REPORT_ALL_ERRORS_STORE
Path: Configuration > Logging
Description: Do you want create debug-log files for all PHP errors, even warnings, that occur during your Zen Cart store's processing? If you want to log all PHP errors except duplicate-language definitions, choose IgnoreDups.

Note: Choosing 'Yes' is not suggested for a live store, since it will reduce performance significantly!

Report All Errors: Backtrace on Notice Errors?

Key: REPORT_ALL_ERRORS_NOTICE_BACKTRACE
Path: Configuration > Logging
Description: Include backtrace information on "Notice" errors? These are usually isolated to the identified file and the backtrace information just fills the logs. Default (No).



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Last modified June 24, 2020 by Scott C Wilson (ef2e67d).