Exceptions in ASP.NET
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Published: 08 Sep 2001
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ASP.NET uses VB.NET as language of choice and so it inherits all of VB's new features. One of these is exception handling with the System.Exception class. This new feature allows ASP developers to debug at runtime rather than have to build tricky coding to try and catch the different types of errors that they think will happen at runtime. Because ASP.NET uses VB.NET all of these samples can be moved across to a VB.NET application with ease.
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Exceptions in ASP.NET

Published 09/08/01

Introduction

ASP.NET uses VB.NET as language of choice and so it inherits all of VB's new features. One of these is exception handling with the System.Exception class. This new feature allows ASP developers to debug at runtime rather than have to build tricky coding to try and catch the different types of errors that they think will happen at runtime. Because ASP.NET uses VB.NET all of these samples can be moved across to a VB.NET application with ease.


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