- Create two folders ‘local’ and ‘production’ inside application/config.
- Copy config.php and database.php in both folders recently created.
- In application/config/local/config.php, you can set base url http://localhost/mysite
- Similarly, in application/config/production/config.php, you can set base url http://mysite.com
- Define CI_ENV in index.php. In above screenshot, CI_ENV has been set to local
- Similary, we can define database configuration separately in local and production folder
Thank you and Good luck 🙂
Magento comes with a built-in logging facility which can be enabled and configured in the back-end under System > Configuration > Developer. Alternatively you can enable the Developer Mode for the site to enable the log (on how to do this have a look at the index.php file). The exception log is always on.
Mage::log('My log entry');
Mage::log('My log message: '.$myVariable);
By default, Magento does not register messages about errors and exceptions; so if something bad happens, you don’t even know.
To turn on the logging, you can navigate to System > Configuration > Developer > Log Settings and set the «Enabled» option to «Yes»
Don’t forget to set full access permissions (777) to the following folder: /var/log, since that is the place where those log files are stored.
A key part of the request execution has information stored into the Mage registry and accessing this information is a simple call requesting the needed data. Learn how to access the registry to find the current category title.
The registry object we are interested in is ‘current_category’ and we will utilise the registry call getName() to create call to retrieve the needed information thusly;