Web service on Windows 2008 Server/IIS 7.0: error pages instead of SOAP fault exceptions?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by sqlman, May 15, 2009.

  1. sqlman

    sqlman Guest

    I have a working ASP.NET 1.1 web service, which I had no problems with
    on Windows 2003 server.

    Recently, I moved the web service to a Windows 2008 Server box (IIS
    7.0), configured it to run in a NET 1.1 classic application pool. The
    web service runs fine, however there is one major difference: any
    exception raised by the web service causes the IIS to return a HTTP
    500 Internal Server error page, instead of a SOAP fault. As the
    result, the clients cannot handle exceptions anymore.

    I suspect this behavior is controlled via configuration somehow, but I
    am not sure where to look. Any ideas?

    Thank you!
    sqlman, May 15, 2009
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  2. sqlman

    Soapy

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    Did you ever manage to stop IIS7 from suppressing the SOAP fault?
    I've got exactly the same problem, so would appreciate some help.
    Soapy, Nov 25, 2011
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  3. sqlman

    me2

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    Me too

    Me too.
    I also have this problem
    me2, Nov 30, 2011
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