IIS4 No Longer Shows Error Messages In ASP Pages or COM Objects 
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 IIS4 No Longer Shows Error Messages In ASP Pages or COM Objects

Is "On Error Resume Next" set only in VBScript, or is there a comparable IIS
seting?

TIA,
Lavie


Quote:
> Is this a problem for every page on every site on the IIS server?

> It sounds as if On Error Resume Next is always "on"...

> --
> Michael Harris
> Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> --

> Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> --




Quote:
> > Our web development environment consists of an NT4/SP4 Small Business
> > Serevr, SQLServer 7/SP1 and IIS4 (with no patches save NT4/SP4). We use
> > InterDev with the latrest patch.

> > For the past year, we've developed with no problems. However today, fo
no
> > apparent reason, IIS stopped giving us ASP or COM module error messages.

> > For example:
> > * If we use "Option Explicit", but do not declare a variable in a Dim
> > statement, there is no error message.
> > * If we specifiy the wrong number of parameters, or enter mis-matched
> > parameters in a call to a COM module method (written in VB6) then there
is
> > no error message.
> > * If a bad SQL statement is contained in a COM module, no ODBC driver
error
> > is displayed.
> > * No ADODB errors are reported.

> > In all these cases, instead of gettnig an error message, the page simply
> > stops the processing of the ASP and thepage is returned blank.

> > Please, could someone clue me in to why this is happening?

> > --
> > TIA,

> > Meron Lavie

> > domain - Anti-Spam



Fri, 10 Oct 2003 11:50:53 GMT  
 IIS4 No Longer Shows Error Messages In ASP Pages or COM Objects
It's a VBScript language statement, not an IIS setting...

You never said if this was a whole server, every site, every page problem or something a little more
limited in scope...

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Michael Harris
Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
--

Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
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Quote:

> Is "On Error Resume Next" set only in VBScript, or is there a comparable IIS
> seting?

> TIA,
> Lavie



> > Is this a problem for every page on every site on the IIS server?

> > It sounds as if On Error Resume Next is always "on"...

> > --
> > Michael Harris
> > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> > --

> > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> > --



> > > Our web development environment consists of an NT4/SP4 Small Business
> > > Serevr, SQLServer 7/SP1 and IIS4 (with no patches save NT4/SP4). We use
> > > InterDev with the latrest patch.

> > > For the past year, we've developed with no problems. However today, fo
> no
> > > apparent reason, IIS stopped giving us ASP or COM module error messages.

> > > For example:
> > > * If we use "Option Explicit", but do not declare a variable in a Dim
> > > statement, there is no error message.
> > > * If we specifiy the wrong number of parameters, or enter mis-matched
> > > parameters in a call to a COM module method (written in VB6) then there
> is
> > > no error message.
> > > * If a bad SQL statement is contained in a COM module, no ODBC driver
> error
> > > is displayed.
> > > * No ADODB errors are reported.

> > > In all these cases, instead of gettnig an error message, the page simply
> > > stops the processing of the ASP and thepage is returned blank.

> > > Please, could someone clue me in to why this is happening?

> > > --
> > > TIA,

> > > Meron Lavie

> > > domain - Anti-Spam



Fri, 10 Oct 2003 13:54:24 GMT  
 IIS4 No Longer Shows Error Messages In ASP Pages or COM Objects
Well, when I got to work this morning, the problem was gone...

Oh well...


Quote:
> It's a VBScript language statement, not an IIS setting...

> You never said if this was a whole server, every site, every page problem

or something a little more
Quote:
> limited in scope...

> --
> Michael Harris
> Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> --

> Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> --




Quote:
> > Is "On Error Resume Next" set only in VBScript, or is there a comparable
IIS
> > seting?

> > TIA,
> > Lavie



> > > Is this a problem for every page on every site on the IIS server?

> > > It sounds as if On Error Resume Next is always "on"...

> > > --
> > > Michael Harris
> > > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> > > --

> > > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> > > --



> > > > Our web development environment consists of an NT4/SP4 Small
Business
> > > > Serevr, SQLServer 7/SP1 and IIS4 (with no patches save NT4/SP4). We
use
> > > > InterDev with the latrest patch.

> > > > For the past year, we've developed with no problems. However today,
fo
> > no
> > > > apparent reason, IIS stopped giving us ASP or COM module error
messages.

> > > > For example:
> > > > * If we use "Option Explicit", but do not declare a variable in a
Dim
> > > > statement, there is no error message.
> > > > * If we specifiy the wrong number of parameters, or enter
mis-matched
> > > > parameters in a call to a COM module method (written in VB6) then
there
> > is
> > > > no error message.
> > > > * If a bad SQL statement is contained in a COM module, no ODBC
driver
> > error
> > > > is displayed.
> > > > * No ADODB errors are reported.

> > > > In all these cases, instead of gettnig an error message, the page
simply
> > > > stops the processing of the ASP and thepage is returned blank.

> > > > Please, could someone clue me in to why this is happening?

> > > > --
> > > > TIA,

> > > > Meron Lavie

address
> > > > domain - Anti-Spam



Sat, 11 Oct 2003 03:35:21 GMT  
 IIS4 No Longer Shows Error Messages In ASP Pages or COM Objects
Hmmm.  I remember working somewhere where that bug bit us and someone wrote
an infinite loop
because of the On Error Resume Next.  You might wanna track it down.

Sincerely,
John

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Quote:
> Well, when I got to work this morning, the problem was gone...

> Oh well...



> > It's a VBScript language statement, not an IIS setting...

> > You never said if this was a whole server, every site, every page
problem
> or something a little more
> > limited in scope...

> > --
> > Michael Harris
> > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> > --

> > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> > --



> > > Is "On Error Resume Next" set only in VBScript, or is there a
comparable
> IIS
> > > seting?

> > > TIA,
> > > Lavie



> > > > Is this a problem for every page on every site on the IIS server?

> > > > It sounds as if On Error Resume Next is always "on"...

> > > > --
> > > > Michael Harris
> > > > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> > > > --

> > > > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> > > > --



> > > > > Our web development environment consists of an NT4/SP4 Small
> Business
> > > > > Serevr, SQLServer 7/SP1 and IIS4 (with no patches save NT4/SP4).
We
> use
> > > > > InterDev with the latrest patch.

> > > > > For the past year, we've developed with no problems. However
today,
> fo
> > > no
> > > > > apparent reason, IIS stopped giving us ASP or COM module error
> messages.

> > > > > For example:
> > > > > * If we use "Option Explicit", but do not declare a variable in a
> Dim
> > > > > statement, there is no error message.
> > > > > * If we specifiy the wrong number of parameters, or enter
> mis-matched
> > > > > parameters in a call to a COM module method (written in VB6) then
> there
> > > is
> > > > > no error message.
> > > > > * If a bad SQL statement is contained in a COM module, no ODBC
> driver
> > > error
> > > > > is displayed.
> > > > > * No ADODB errors are reported.

> > > > > In all these cases, instead of gettnig an error message, the page
> simply
> > > > > stops the processing of the ASP and thepage is returned blank.

> > > > > Please, could someone clue me in to why this is happening?

> > > > > --
> > > > > TIA,

> > > > > Meron Lavie

> address
> > > > > domain - Anti-Spam



Sat, 11 Oct 2003 08:15:47 GMT  
 
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