I’m checking for a connection with (yes, I know it’s not properly escaped):
$db_conn = new mysqli($this->input->post('host'), $this->input->post('mysql_admin'), $this->input->post('mysql_password'));
I’m retreving the result in another function which is supposed to handle the different views. But when the connection fails, due to wrong credentials, I get PHP errors popping up in the view.
Message: mysqli::mysqli() [mysqli.mysqli]: (28000/1045): Access denied for user 'blabla'@'blabla' (using password: YES)
How do I avoid that, and handle them myself?
And I’m looking for a non specific server solution, as I’ll be running this on various servers over which I have no control. So I’m not looking for error_reporting reconfigurations.