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Posted 20 Aug 2004

User Friendly ASP.NET Exception Handling

, 20 Dec 2004
A flexible framework for user-friendly ASP.NET exception handling, and automatically notifying developers of problems before users do.
Imports System
Imports System.Reflection

' General Information about an assembly is controlled through the following 
' set of attributes. Change these attribute values to modify the information
' associated with an assembly.

' Review the values of the assembly attributes

<Assembly: AssemblyTitle("ASPUnhandledException")> 
<Assembly: AssemblyDescription("ASP.NET unhandled exception handling library")> 
<Assembly: AssemblyCompany("Atwood Heavy Industries")> 
<Assembly: AssemblyProduct("Exception Handling Framework")> 
<Assembly: AssemblyCopyright("� 2004, Atwood Heavy Industries")> 
<Assembly: AssemblyTrademark("All Rights Reserved")> 
<Assembly: CLSCompliant(True)> 

' Version information for an assembly consists of the following four values:
'
'      Major Version
'      Minor Version 
'      Build Number
'      Revision
'
' You can specify all the values or you can default the Build and Revision Numbers 
' by using the '*' as shown below:

<Assembly: AssemblyVersion("2.1.*")> 

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wumpus1
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My name is Jeff Atwood. I live in Berkeley, CA with my wife, two cats, and far more computers than I care to mention. My first computer was the Texas Instruments TI-99/4a. I've been a Microsoft Windows developer since 1992; primarily in VB. I am particularly interested in best practices and human factors in software development, as represented in my recommended developer reading list. I also have a coding and human factors related blog at www.codinghorror.com.

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