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FatalError Class Reference

Abort the web request with a custom HTML string that will represent the entire response. More...

Inheritance diagram for FatalError:
Collaboration diagram for FatalError:

Public Member Functions

 getHTML ()
 Replace our usual detailed HTML response for uncaught exceptions, with just the bare message as HTML. More...
 
 getText ()
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from MWException
 getHTML ()
 If $wgShowExceptionDetails is true, return a HTML message with a backtrace to the error, otherwise show a message to ask to set it to true to show that information. More...
 
 getPageTitle ()
 Return the title of the page when reporting this error in a HTTP response. More...
 
 getText ()
 Get the text to display when reporting the error on the command line. More...
 
 isLoggable ()
 Whether to log this exception in the exception debug log. More...
 
 msg ( $key, $fallback,... $params)
 Get a message from i18n. More...
 
 report ()
 Output a report about the exception and takes care of formatting. More...
 
 reportHTML ()
 Output the exception report using HTML. More...
 
 useMessageCache ()
 Can the extension use the Message class/wfMessage to get i18n-ed messages? More...
 
 useOutputPage ()
 Should the exception use $wgOut to output the error? More...
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from MWException
static isCommandLine ()
 Check whether we are in command line mode or not to report the exception in the correct format. More...
 

Detailed Description

Abort the web request with a custom HTML string that will represent the entire response.

This is not caught anywhere in MediaWiki code. It is handled through PHP's exception handler, which calls MWExceptionHandler::report.

Unlike MWException, this will not provide error IDs or stack traces. It is intended for early installation and configuration problems where the exception is all the site administrator needs to know.

Since
1.7

Definition at line 35 of file FatalError.php.

Member Function Documentation

◆ getHTML()

FatalError::getHTML ( )

Replace our usual detailed HTML response for uncaught exceptions, with just the bare message as HTML.

Returns
string

Definition at line 43 of file FatalError.php.

◆ getText()

FatalError::getText ( )
Returns
string

Definition at line 50 of file FatalError.php.


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