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If this request is supposed to be executed by some other application pool, IIS core will generate 403.14. Why am I not seeing my defaultRedirect page even when customErrors mode=“On”-1Hosting Error in asp.net13Asp.net -
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This will then show the error page on the requested URL without any redirecting whatsoever. However, there are multiple avenues to address this. I have the exact same problem and my page is called DisplayMyVeryOwnSpecialError.htm –Vladimir Kocjancic Aug 23 '12 at 7:25 If you read the original question, you can see he Aspxerrorpath=/ Why do most of us wear wristwatches on the left hand?
Please don't be cryptic: Please include an example with file path and relative path so there's no misinterpretation Thank you. If a request contains Accept-Language header, custom error module will build a list of language packs installed on the machine and try to find a match with value of Accept-Language header Hang on – what’s the .14 bit? More about the author share|improve this answer answered Aug 4 '11 at 10:01 Antony Scott 13.1k94381 Let me correct my question, it works as it is, in Visual Studio's internal server but does
No, something more sustainable is called for. Web Config Custom Error Page Here’s the dirt: Code: