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modX::sendError

Send the user to a type-specific core error page and halt PHP execution.

The parameter 'type' can be any field, which will load the template file in core/error. MODX comes prepackaged with 2 default error pages; these are 'unavailable' (the default), and 'fatal'.

Syntax

API Doc: modX::sendError()

void sendError ([string $type = ''], [array $options = array()])

Examples

Send an Unavailable 503 error page.

$modx->sendError('unavailable');

Send a Fatal 500 error page.

$modx->sendError('fatal');

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