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Posted 14 Jun 2006

Error page for ASP.NET application unhandled exceptions

, 14 Jun 2006
Every application needs to show a user-friendly message that something went wrong, along with exception details and the stack trace for the developers. In this article, I am going to show how to display a user-friendly error message.

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I am a software architect/developer, having 15 years of design/development experience. Currently working in large financial corporation, architecting .NET applications and coding using C#, ASP.NET, Java Script etc..

MS Computers, MCP, MCTS: .NET Framework 2.0 Web Applications.

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