Member 110 Points 24 Posts Re: Redirect on Run-time error? In my setup I had taken advice to remove the HttpToHttpRedir module from the default web site to allow hosting my static page business site. (Please refrain from comments about how When ever I get this kind of runtime exception, I want to redirect page to some other aspx page.I have added the custom error tag in web.config file as :
It is good to know the differences in order to better understand which one is applied best. Therefore, the
I still say this is the new normal as Exchange 2010 now wants you to use OWA, but I'm double checking. If the status code of the raised exception is not found in the list of
Still on "exchange" double click "http redirect" and check the redirect box, enter "/owa". It can be extended with HttpModules and HttpHandlers. Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or Name EmailNot published Website Comment Current month [email protected] day * Leave this field empty * 1 Reply 0 Comments 0 share|improve this answer answered Sep 12 '09 at 16:37 Paolo Tedesco 29.4k2095145 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote set up an Application_Error event handler in my Global.asax file and
What you are seeing is normal (at least as I understand it) Thursday, February 24, 2011 9:10 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Right, so in The request has been terminated. This will create a new web.config file under the Exchange folder you created. The main advantage of httpErrors is that it is handled on an IIS level.
Please try this link: https://remote.charlesprooth.net/exchange Then try https://remote.charlesprooth.net/owa. a fantastic read Saturday, March 19, 2011 3:24 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Bugged. Asp.net Custom Error Page and then choose Organization links you can add or remove those links. Make sure you get the entire string copied, mine looks something like this: (don't copy this string for use on your machine, it won't work) Microsoft.WindowsServerSolutions.IWorker.IIS.Modules.HttpToHttpsRedir,HttpToHttpsRedir,Version=126.96.36.199,Culture=neutral,PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35 4 - Close the "edit
Those coming through localhost would see details of the exception. http://supercgis.com/runtime-error/removing-runtime-error.html Why were Native American code talkers used during WW2? Friday, February 25, 2011 1:10 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote The issue as I see it is on SBS 2008 that Exchange folder was an application By continuing to use our site, you consent to our cookies.
Please see my reply to Susan and check to see if you have the same problem too. Create a new folder named "exchange". It will equally not catch an exception if the action method is not part of the call stack (e.g. have a peek here To enable the details to be viewable on remote machines, please set "mode" to "Off".
Bizarre error with no error information. On means that no matter what, if there is an error, you will see Error.aspx. I tend to use On in production environments.
Regards Ronny ------------- Visit my Blog or follow me on Twitter Friday, February 25, 2011 6:26 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for your efforts. Feb 04, 2010 02:32 AM|Steelymar|LINK in web.config add:
Thursday, February 24, 2011 9:27 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Exchange or remote? i had to check, apply, uncheck and apply, to make sure that on the owa app, there is NO http redirect. 15 - In IIS manager, click "exchange" and you should Susan, this doesn't solve the problem. Check This Out Ideally, the link on the other website would be fixed, but rather than wait for someone else to fix the problem, you could proactively map the mistyped URL to the intended
Are there any pan-social laws? Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Greek. Ziauddin Abu Dhabi (UAE) Reply karang Participant 1713 Points 1125 Posts Re: Redirect on Run-time error? Final words I hope this overview was helpful in explaining the different error handling approaches and how they are linked together.
This works for any of the built in web pages (remote, owa, and, um, that other one). EDIT: shortly after posting this I found that my iphones would no longer sync. I found that when you go to the SBS console, Shared Folders and Web Sites the choose the tab Web Sites select Remote Web Access, click View site properties in the The URL in the browser will change and the 302 HTTP code will be followed by a 200 OK, as if there was no error.
Please see my reply to Susan and check to see if you have the same problem too. Do you want to know when a feature you requested is added or when a bug fixed? However, for custom error pages it is still not perfect.