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Old February 17th, 2012, 05:33 AM
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Its a web application, 3 tiered architecture: Backend/Database (Oracle 11g), Application Core ( classes and modules), and Interface (ASP.NET 4.0).

The application core does not have any ASP.Net code, its purely VB.Net namespaces that implements how the application interfaces with the database, it also has the data classes. I have a general error handler module (by module I mean a vb module file not subsystem, so that the core can call the error handling methods without fully qualified names) to handle the application errors and log proper messages in the database, then would "redirect" the user to the application Error page (ASP.Net).

They are in different folders, folder Structure:
1- The ErrorPage.aspx is in the application root folder
2- modErrorHanlder.vb is in \Core

This pretty much describes the setup and flow. Is this sufficient to help you help me?