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Debug disabled only on a certain modules view

Debug disabled only on a certain modules view

Wednesday 19 May 2010 1:26:04 pm - 5 replies


Is there a php directive that allow to disable debug output on a custom module view ?

Debug would be activated with regular process, but not a certain modules view.

Would be a great help for developers whom use customs views for ajax queries.


Wednesday 19 May 2010 2:14:56 pm

This is how ezjscore handles it (and ezoe for it's ajax views as well, but without using view parameter to conditionally enable it):

$debugOutput    = isset($Params['debug']) ? $Params['debug'] : false;
if ( $debugOutput && ( $contentType === 'xml' || $contentType === 'xhtml' ) )
    echo "<!--\r\n";
    eZDebug::printReport( false, false );
    echo "\r\n-->";
else if ( $debugOutput && $contentType === 'json' )
    echo "/*\r\n";
    eZDebug::printReport( false, false );
    echo "\r\n*/";

Thursday 20 May 2010 9:18:40 am

A simpler, albeit hackish way, is to use this tag in the pagelayout template that you will conditionally apply to your views:

<!-- <!--DEBUG_REPORT--> -->

Btw, the printing of that data should definitely be passed out to a customizable handler...

Modified on Thursday 20 May 2010 9:19:05 am by Gaetano Giunta

Thursday 20 May 2010 10:15:53 am


Those directives doesn't work, if i add : eZDebug::printReport( false, false ) this just output an ezdebug object and my content is not returned anymore.

My question was "In a custom module view, how to disable debug output if debug is enabled else where".

Modified on Wednesday 14 July 2010 11:51:22 am by H-Works Agency

Wednesday 14 July 2010 12:12:41 pm

with this on top of your view ?

    "debug-enabled" => false,
    "debug-by-ip" => false

Wednesday 14 July 2010 9:28:05 pm

Great this time its working ! Thanx a lot.


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