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"The resource cannot be found." error occured

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hi all

i m having this "The resource cannot be found." error. I applied the url rewriting on my project every page is being browsed very well but i am getting the above error an some pages i dont know why? can any one suggest some solution.

When i click on the button on that page i got this error with something like this

"Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.

Requested URL: /sp2.aspx.aspx"

Jul 29 '09 #1
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Requested URL: /sp2.aspx.aspx"
Do you really have a page with that name? I'd be surprised if you did.
Jul 29 '09 #2
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yes i am getting this path but my page name is sp2.aspx i dont know why i am getting this requested url i place
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  1. <if url="~/sp2.aspx.aspx">
  2.       <rewrite url="~/sp2.aspx.aspx" to="~/sp2.aspx" />
  3.     </if>
this in my web.config under url rewriting but still i am getting this error.
do you know any thing about this type of errors?

Jul 30 '09 #3
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Well... It's not an 'error' in the sense that you are getting an exception. It's just a flaw in the logic of your code. Someplace you are receiving a full URL that includes the suffix .aspx and you are adding on another suffix of .aspx

I suggest you use breakpoints and walk through the code line by line, watching the variables in a "Watch" window. At some point you will see where it is happening.

I tend to try to cut problems in half. Then cut that in half. Then that in half. You can narrow down very quickly this way.

Start in the middle of your processing of the URL. If it is already a double suffix, you know its in the first half of your process. Try again, in the middle of that half, and so on.
Jul 30 '09 #4

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