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What file and paramater has to be modified to display errors from frontpage (i.e. turn friendly errors off)

I keep forgeting this one.
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Is this locally or on the web browser?  If it is Web browser - Tools -> Internet Options ->  Advanced.

-Corey
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I found it.

It is:  The FP2003 code has changed slightly. To see the true error, open the hidden folder /_fpclass/ and edit the fpdbrgn1.inc file

At about line 19, change :

fp_DEBUG = False

to :

fp_DEBUG = True
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