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Shaggy
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Ireland
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Posted - 02 April 2008 :  05:46:16  Show Profile
In yet another first, I've created some pages to handle 403, 404 and 500 errors encountered on one of my sites but I'm having a problem with the 500 error page. If the error occurs after anything else has been written on the page then the 500.asp file is written after that, causing some funky HTML/XML errors. You can see an example of what's happening here <link removed /> (source). This <link removed /> is how it should look (source). I've already tried setting response.buffer to true so I'm guessing, maybe, it's something I've missed in IIS.


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Edited by - Shaggy on 07 April 2008 04:59:44

Shaggy
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Ireland
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Posted - 04 April 2008 :  07:39:11  Show Profile
Bumpage! (Sorry)


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pdrg
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 05 April 2008 :  13:56:12  Show Profile  Send pdrg a Yahoo! Message
Would response.clear help?

Also, instead of on error resume next, could you just handle the error?

Edited by - pdrg on 05 April 2008 13:57:34
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Shaggy
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Ireland
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Posted - 07 April 2008 :  04:57:34  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by pdrg
Would response.clear help?
*bounces head off desk* Of course it would - silly Shaggy!


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