Asked  8 Months ago    Answers:  5   Viewed   51 times

I have a unique constraint on of the column. When this code runs, I get error log from framework but it is not what I have given in Exception block.
If unique column exists then I want to query its primary key and set it as $id and return to the page. Right now it is stopping on db error and not going into Catch block.
Here is my code:

try {
            $result = $this->db->insert('email', $new_email);
            if ($result)
            {
                $id = $this->db->insert_id();    
            } else {
                throw new Exception("$$$$$$$$$$$$$Log database error");
            }
        } catch (Exception $e) {
            log_message('error',$e->getMessage());
            return;
        }

**Error Messages** I get from framework:

DEBUG - 2013-04-07 05:00:38 --> DB Transaction Failure
ERROR - 2013-04-07 05:00:38 --> Query error: Duplicate entry 

I don't know what is wrong with it.

 Answers

19

CI has no good support for exceptions. You DB queries will call some vague CI error_logging thingie called show_error(). What you need to do is setup proper exception handling.

Basically you can follow the entire recipe.

Now all your database errors will automatically throw exceptions. And as a bonus you have good exception handling in your entire CI application.

Register a custom errorhandler that transforms PHP errors into exceptions, for instance put this in top of your config/config.php

function my_error_handler($errno, $errstr, $errfile, $errline)
{
    if (!(error_reporting() & $errno))
    {
        // This error code is not included in error_reporting
        return;
    }
    log_message('error', "$errstr @$errfile::$errline($errno)" );
    throw new ErrorException( $errstr, $errno, 0, $errfile, $errline );
}
set_error_handler("my_error_handler");

Register an uncaught exception handler, put something like this in your config/config.php

function my_exception_handler($exception)
{
    echo '<pre>';
    print_r($exception);
    echo '</pre>';
    header( "HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error" );
}
set_exception_handler("my_exception_handler");

Set a termination handler:

function my_fatal_handler()
{
    $errfile = "unknown file";
    $errstr  = "Fatal error";
    $errno   = E_CORE_ERROR;
    $errline = 0;
    $error = error_get_last();
    if ( $error !== NULL )
    {
        echo '<pre>';
        print_r($error);
        echo '</pre>';
        header( "HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error" );
    }
}
register_shutdown_function("my_fatal_handler");

Set a custom assert handler that converts asserts into exceptions, put something like this in your config/config.php:

function my_assert_handler($file, $line, $code)
{
    log_message('debug', "assertion failed @$file::$line($code)" );
    throw new Exception( "assertion failed @$file::$line($code)" );
}
assert_options(ASSERT_ACTIVE,     1);
assert_options(ASSERT_WARNING,    0);
assert_options(ASSERT_BAIL,       0);
assert_options(ASSERT_QUIET_EVAL, 0);
assert_options(ASSERT_CALLBACK, 'my_assert_handler');

Use wrappers like this in your controllers

public function controller_method( )
{
    try
    {
        // normal flow
    }
    catch( Exception $e )
    {
        log_message( 'error', $e->getMessage( ) . ' in ' . $e->getFile() . ':' . $e->getLine() );
        // on error
    }
}

You can tune and customize the whole thing to your likings!

Hope this helps.

You will also need to intercept the CI show_error method. Place this in application/core/MY_exceptions.php:

class MY_Exceptions extends CI_Exceptions
{
    function show_error($heading, $message, $template = 'error_general', $status_code = 500)
    {
        log_message( 'debug', print_r( $message, TRUE ) );
        throw new Exception(is_array($message) ? $message[1] : $message, $status_code );
    }
}

And leave in application/config/database.php this setting on FALSE to have database errors converted into exceptions.

$db['default']['db_debug'] = TRUE;

CI has a few (very) weak points, such as exception-handling but this will go a long way correcting that.

If you are going to use transactions, make sure you do rollbacks on exceptions. Related to this NEVER (as in EVER) use persistant connections as open transactions and other session specific DB state will be picked up / continued by other sessions.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
 
anjan
answered 8 Months ago
44

I've used PHPExcel with CodeIgniter successfully before.

All I did was drop the phpexcel folder into application/third-party and created the following wrapper library:

<?php

class Excel {

    private $excel;

    public function __construct() {
        // initialise the reference to the codeigniter instance
        require_once APPPATH.'third_party/phpexcel/PHPExcel.php';
        $this->excel = new PHPExcel();    
    }

    public function load($path) {
        $objReader = PHPExcel_IOFactory::createReader('Excel5');
        $this->excel = $objReader->load($path);
    }

    public function save($path) {
        // Write out as the new file
        $objWriter = PHPExcel_IOFactory::createWriter($this->excel, 'Excel5');
        $objWriter->save($path);
    }

    public function stream($filename) {       
        header('Content-type: application/ms-excel');
        header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="".$filename."""); 
        header("Cache-control: private");        
        $objWriter = PHPExcel_IOFactory::createWriter($this->excel, 'Excel5');
        $objWriter->save('php://output');    
    }

    public function  __call($name, $arguments) {  
        // make sure our child object has this method  
        if(method_exists($this->excel, $name)) {  
            // forward the call to our child object  
            return call_user_func_array(array($this->excel, $name), $arguments);  
        }  
        return null;  
    }  
}

?>

I could then do the following in my controllers:

$this->load->library("excel");
$this->excel->load("/path/to/input.xls");
$this->excel->setActiveSheetIndex(0);
$this->excel->getActiveSheet()->SetCellValue('B2', "whatever");
$this->excel->save("/path/to/output.xls");

Hope this helps you out?

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
 
CBroe
answered 8 Months ago
20
$config = array(
'source_image' => $upload_path.$image_data['file_name'],
'maintain_ratio' => FALSE,
'width' => 220,
'height' => 150,
'x_axis' => 350,
'y_axis' => 50
);
$this->image_lib->clear();
$this->image_lib->initialize($config);
$this->image_lib->crop();

For more details Please See Here For More Info Check Here

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
 
ritch
answered 8 Months ago
75

the problem is that the excel file is saved version 5, then I should Register with the 2007 version (. xlsx) and the Arabic values ??appear correctly in file properities:

$obj_writer = PHPExcel_IOFactory::createWriter($this->excel, 'Excel2007');
$obj_writer->save('php://output');
Saturday, May 29, 2021
 
BlueNile
answered 5 Months ago
39

See Handling Errors in Server-to-Server Remote Stored Procedures:

Calling RAISERROR with severity less than 20 from inside a remote stored procedure causes a statement abort error on the remote server. A TRY…CATCH construct on the local server handles remote batch abort errors only. If a remote stored procedure calls RAISERROR with severity less than 20 and the remote stored procedure is scoped within a TRY block on the local server, RAISERROR does not cause control to pass to the CATCH block of the TRY…CATCH construct. However, RAISERROR with severity 20 or greater on the remote server breaks the connection, and execution on the local server passes to the CATCH block.

Thursday, August 5, 2021
 
Ouerghi Yassine
answered 3 Months ago
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