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// added Claudio Bustos  clbustos#entelchile.net

if (!defined('ADODB_ERROR_HANDLER')) define('ADODB_ERROR_HANDLER','ADODB_Error_Handler');

* Default Error Handler. This will be called with the following params
* @param $dbms		the RDBMS you are connecting to
* @param $fn		the name of the calling function (in uppercase)
* @param $errno		the native error number from the database
* @param $errmsg	the native error msg from the database
* @param $p1		$fn specific parameter - see below
* @param $p2		$fn specific parameter - see below
* @param $thisConn	$current connection object - can be false if no connection object created
function ADODB_Error_Handler($dbms, $fn, $errno, $errmsg, $p1, $p2, &$thisConnection)
	if (error_reporting() == 0) return; // obey @ protocol
	switch($fn) {
	case 'EXECUTE':
		$sql = $p1;
		$inputparams = $p2;

		$s = "$dbms error: [$errno: $errmsg] in $fn(\"$sql\")\n";

	case 'PCONNECT':
	case 'CONNECT':
		$host = $p1;
		$database = $p2;

		$s = "$dbms error: [$errno: $errmsg] in $fn($host, '****', '****', $database)\n";
		$s = "$dbms error: [$errno: $errmsg] in $fn($p1, $p2)\n";
	* Log connection error somewhere
	*	0 message is sent to PHP's system logger, using the Operating System's system
	*		logging mechanism or a file, depending on what the error_log configuration
	*		directive is set to.
	*	1 message is sent by email to the address in the destination parameter.
	*		This is the only message type where the fourth parameter, extra_headers is used.
	*		This message type uses the same internal function as mail() does.
	*	2 message is sent through the PHP debugging connection.
	*		This option is only available if remote debugging has been enabled.
	*		In this case, the destination parameter specifies the host name or IP address
	*		and optionally, port number, of the socket receiving the debug information.
	*	3 message is appended to the file destination
	if (defined('ADODB_ERROR_LOG_TYPE')) {
		$t = date('Y-m-d H:i:s');
		if (defined('ADODB_ERROR_LOG_DEST'))
			error_log("($t) $s", ADODB_ERROR_LOG_TYPE, ADODB_ERROR_LOG_DEST);
			error_log("($t) $s", ADODB_ERROR_LOG_TYPE);

	//print "<p>$s</p>";
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