Debugging Dotnet Web Application

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by J. Paquette, Sep 1, 2004.

  1. J. Paquette

    J. Paquette Guest

    This may be an exercise in futility otherwise I would already have
    found the answer, but what the heck. Here's the scenario:

    I maintain a website programmed in C# using the .Net framework. I
    have the global asax file configured to grab the InnerException
    message and send me an email when an error is encountered on the site.
    This does a good job of telling me the page and type of problem, but
    in certain circumstances is utterly useless because I cannot find a
    way to produce the line number of the actual code where the error
    occured.

    I've already tried getting the info from the stacktrace but all I get
    is information from the asax file that is sending me the email (that
    is the stackframe.GetLineNumber returns the line in the asax where the
    stacktrace is referenced).

    If there is anyone out there in googleland that can sympathize with my
    plight and provide me with a nice explanation of how to do this or why
    it is not possible I would be most appreciative.
    J. Paquette, Sep 1, 2004
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