@robocoder opened this Issue on July 29th 2009 Contributor

If not already described elsewhere:

  • config.ini.php - overriding a setting from global.ini.php; unix_socket
  • bootstrap.php - setting PIWIK_INCLUDE_PATH, PIWIK_ENABLE_SESSION_START, PIWIK_DISPLAY_ERRORS
  • crossdomain.xml
  • .htaccess - http auth; session.auto_start

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@robocoder commented on August 16th 2009 Contributor

Attachment: Sample bootstrap.php file
bootstrap.php

@robocoder commented on August 12th 2009 Contributor

See also: wiki:API/IncludePiwikInYourProject

@mattab commented on August 12th 2009 Owner

Currently Error level report is hardcoded in the code and duplicated in different files. Instead, we should read the PHP level error reporting from the config file, eg.

[Debug]
; when set to 0, no error will be output in the Piwik interface. This is useful for users that do not want Piwik to show any error. 
; By default, we choose to display all PHP Warnings, Notices and error messages because it helps us find and diagnose bugs 
display_errors = 1 
@robocoder commented on September 25th 2009 Contributor

Done. [wiki:API/IncludePiwikInYourProject]

@mattab commented on September 25th 2009 Owner

good stuff thanks.

are there interesting use cases for these? eg. inclusion in zend framework?

This Issue was closed on September 25th 2009
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