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Hello! Is there any reason the attached file shouldn't create a folder structure and a file with the variable data? Here is the info:

The server is running WAMP.
When I go to the url of the .php, I get errors saying the variables are undefined, which suggests to me that php is running ok and processing the file.
When I point to the .php file with Captivate, the application that uses it to write data, Captivate tells me it posted the data successfully.
When I go to look for the folders and the file, they aren't there.

Any ideas?
 internalServerReporting.php
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By default WAMP has the error levels set to include notices.  Try setting the error level to exclude notices in php.ini OR you could include this in your scripts (preferably in the header)

error_reporting(E_ERROR | E_WARNING | E_PARSE);
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by:Karessa
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Hello! Thanks for the comment. I put the string in the PHP file, but am not sure where to look for the error log. Do you know where it might be with the WAMP server? Sorry, I don't usually do this kind of work.

Thanks.
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by:Karessa
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Hey! It turns out I was missing a file. Thanks for your help!
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Thanks!
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