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For some reason on my application I always see the SQL queries and any error reports that I do not need. How can I turn it off? It's somewhere here I think:

define("EW_DEBUG_ENABLED", FALSE, TRUE); // TRUE to debug
if (EW_DEBUG_ENABLED) {
      @ini_set("display_errors", "1"); // Display errors
      error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE); // Report all errors except E_NOTICE
}

I need to turn off this error stuff....
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In php.ini look for
error_reporting
and set it to off

error_reporting = off  
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