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Configuring Exceptions Using Web.config

, 20 Apr 2004
An article on handling exceptions using custom handlers, by a custom configuration section, making it independent from the using application.

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M. Furqan Hameedi
Web Developer
Pakistan Pakistan
I am an IT graduate , and have secured SCPJ 2 and IBM XML developer cerifications.Started my career as J2EE developer, but now focused on .Net technologies.Currently working as a web developer ,in infinilogic (www.infinilogic.com),a UK based organization , providing business solutions.

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