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On Apache, vhosts can be configured with their own error log file, like so:

ErrorLog "my-site-log-dir/error_log.log"

How would this be done when hosting PHP under IIS?

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To report errors in the Event viewer, go to your php.ini and make sure logging is on.

log_errors = On

then enable error_log to write to syslog (with is the Event Viewer on Windows machines)

error_log = syslog

http://www.iis-aid.com/articles/how_to_guides/logging_php_to_windows_event_log

If using 'shared' hosting windows hosting then you most likely have a control panel that should have some kind of logging, otherwise see method above.

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    Hi, I want to have PHP create site specific error log files in each sites directory. As you can do with ease under Apache. Not use the event log in windows. I have access to IIS, and the whole server. Ideally I'd like to do this via a setting in the web.config file for the site. – iss42 May 30 '14 at 11:41

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