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Please give me answer to my question
Posted 22-Sep-12 0:46am
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DaveAuld at 22-Sep-12 6:03am
   
Read the error logs from the hosted server, or speak to the hosting company to tell you what the IIS logs are telling you. You could also implement the likes of ELMAH to see what is going on. (http://code.google.com/p/elmah/ There are articles on CP about this.)

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You can
 
- log in text files
- log to Database
- log to the event log
- send mail to the developers with the error messages
 
Please have a look at the article Check Web Application Error Handling in ASP.NET[^] for detailed descriptions.
 
For logging to files - Create Simple Error Log Files using ASP.NET and C#[^].
 
For sending mail and saving in database - Error logging techniques using Database[^].
 
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