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Page Cannot Be Displayed

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I got a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" error on an aspx page I'm loading. The
page loads halfway and then I got the error. I don't think it is the mapping
since all other pages are loading fine. The only possible difference is that
this page has a lot of controls in it and it is huge.

If I remove some of the controls (does not matter which ones), it loads
fine.

Any hints?
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Umm. you might want to try taking the controls that you removed, adding them
one by one to a different page and loading them. You might see errors that
might show you theproblem.
BTW: Turn on debugging so that it show the compiler output.
"Johannes Setiabudi" <se******@columbus.rr.com> wrote in message
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I got a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" error on an aspx page I'm loading. The
page loads halfway and then I got the error. I don't think it is the mapping since all other pages are loading fine. The only possible difference is that this page has a lot of controls in it and it is huge.

If I remove some of the controls (does not matter which ones), it loads
fine.

Any hints?

Nov 18 '05 #2

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I don't think it's the control ... I have debugging on ... so if it's the
control, I will get the compiler output. The thing is that the only thing I
got is "Page Cannot Be Displayed" error.

Joe

"Girish bharadwaj" <gi*****@mvps.org> wrote in message
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Umm. you might want to try taking the controls that you removed, adding
them
one by one to a different page and loading them. You might see errors that
might show you theproblem.
BTW: Turn on debugging so that it show the compiler output.
"Johannes Setiabudi" <se******@columbus.rr.com> wrote in message
news:OI**************@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
I got a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" error on an aspx page I'm loading. The
page loads halfway and then I got the error. I don't think it is the

mapping
since all other pages are loading fine. The only possible difference is

that
this page has a lot of controls in it and it is huge.

If I remove some of the controls (does not matter which ones), it loads
fine.

Any hints?


Nov 18 '05 #3

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