However if we look at the response headers we get a 200 status code, not 404; just like the problem we had with ASP.NET's custom errors (hey, at least the IIS The content you requested has been removed. Agree that it's a good setting to use in a production environment, but seeing the REAL error is very important when debugging. –Jeremy Dec 19 '12 at 14:48 add a comment| In my case the default site asp.net version was 1.1 while i was trying to start up a 2.0 web app.
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share|improve this answer answered Oct 17 at 14:38 EM0 1,0081029 add a comment| protected by Sam Saffron Aug 23 '11 at 2:34 Thank you for your interest in this question. Off Specifies that custom errors are disabled. Arabian vs. https://forums.asp.net/t/1267844.aspx?Web+Config+customErrors+mode+Off+ Something like:
I have Sitefinity 3.7. Customerrors Mode= Off / Not Working Explanation Consider an example of an ASP.NET application that generates an error intentionally to show how ASP.NET detects it and shows the default error page. Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink Great article Keep sharing Vuyiswa Maseko20-Aug-09 21:50 Vuyiswa Maseko20-Aug-09 21:50 Good Day Amit This is a Good Article. share|improve this answer answered Jan 17 '11 at 1:44 mikel 16k125696 add a comment| up vote 4 down vote I tried most of the stuff described here.
I don't do a lot of ASP.NET development, but I remember the custom errors thing has a setting for only displaying full error text on the server, as a security measure. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13246236/web-config-customerrors-mode This will handle Ajax and Non Ajax requests. Web.config Customerrors Remoteonly To illustrate this example, I have written the code in the application-level event with the error mode set to "RemoteOnly" and the defaultRedirect attribute to error.htm. Customerrors Show Detailed Error Is it because I set defaultUrl to ~/default.aspx? - If not what's wrong with the error handling?
U said its due to having the wrong connect string. have a peek at these guys Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink Code Not work yadavshravan486-Mar-12 0:28 yadavshravan486-Mar-12 0:28 in which file write Sending an Email to the Administrator code Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink good article Donsw19-Jun-10 9:26 Donsw19-Jun-10 9:26 Good J.Jeyaseelan Reply salman_1 None 0 Points 1 Post Re: Web Config
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share|improve this answer answered Sep 19 '08 at 13:18 Adam Vigh 94521018 any time you modify the web.config the website gets restarted, no need to create an app_offline.htm! –Matt Web.config Show Errors Remote Remarks The
This guy had the same problem.
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In the above scenarios ASP.NET is bypassed and IIS handles the request. The custom errors are shown to the remote clients and to the local host. If yes the request you're making that should return 404, can you tell us what is it returning actually? –Marko Jul 14 '13 at 9:06 1 I have looked all this content Thank you.