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Default Error in Migrating Project from ASP to ASP.NET

Hi, to all..

I have a project in ASP. I have recently migrated it into ASP.NET by using ASP.NET migration tool. It successfully converted it into ASP.NET code.

But I am recieving this particular error:

BC30456: "helppath is not a member of Microsoft.Visualbasic.ErrObject"

"Response.Write(("Help path=" & err.helppath & "<P>"))

Can anyone solve my problem...

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