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Old June 25th, 2007, 05:04 PM
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Default Error Handling in asp.net 2.0

If I configure the web.config file with <eventMappings> <provider> and <rules> sections , then do i still need to implement the try, catch and finally blocks in my code ?

I mean if I want to write events to Eventlog , shd I still write the code for that in Catch block? or the above mentioned settings will take care of everything?

 
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u need to handle exception.

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