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From "Richard Curtis" <rich...@crosswired.co.uk>
Subject Re: AW: Internal server error when viewing sample asp scripts
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2003 20:19:02 GMT
> >> However, I disagree with the premise that this will help the end user
> >> confusion.  Most initial posts on this subject are with an internal
> >> server error resulting, as the developer has not yet set Debug 2 or 3
> >> which are the settings which will result in a verbose HTML message
> >> going to the browser.  So we still need to ask what is in the
error_log.
> >
> >
> > Perhaps the suggested Apache config in the "getting started" docs should
> > set Debug to 3.  I know I personally started out just copy-pasting from
> > the docs when setting up Apache::ASP.  I didn't start changing things
> > until I gained a few clues, and that didn't happen until after my code
> > started generating sane pages.  I wouldn't have minded verbose errors in
> > the browser when I was a newbie, since they can be turned off later.
> >
> > I wouldn't even discuss the debug option in the getting started docs.
> > Just leave its meaning for newbies to discover later, when they're ready
> > to start taking the reins into their own hands.
> >
>
> OK, this can work.  So what are relevant VBScript bits to test for
> to generate the compile time messages ?  Function & Sub and maybe the
> syntax for conditionals?

I would think "Response.Write" would be a common one.

Richard



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