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Good error handling design

GS
Hello,

I'd like to centralize error handling in my ASP.NET project. How exactly I
design classes so all expections will be handled by single error handler for
the whole project? Any simple code samples?
I like this approach since in that method I'd be able to define where errors
are written and how they are handled.
Thanks,
G
Jan 7 '06 #1
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Application_Err or method in Global.asax is your best bet.

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Hello,

I'd like to centralize error handling in my ASP.NET project. How exactly I
design classes so all expections will be handled by single error handler for the whole project? Any simple code samples?
I like this approach since in that method I'd be able to define where errors are written and how they are handled.
Thanks,
G

Jan 8 '06 #2

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