I have been puzzled by the following for quite a while.
I use Microsoft Ajax extensions 1.0 to query web services which may raise exceptions. In my development environment, I would always get a nice localized error message but on the production server, the same code would produce a generic “There was an error processing the request”.
After having spent enough time stepping through my code with a debugger, I have decided to look at the Ajax extensions code and I have found the following piece of code in WriteExceptionJsonString of RestHandler.cs.
AtlasWeb.WebService_Error, String.Empty, String.Empty)));
ex.Message, ex.StackTrace, ex.GetType().FullName)));
Where WebService_Error is a resource which is valued “There was an error processing the request.”
This means that if you have enabled custom errors in your web.config on your production environment like I did, your Ajax calls will always report a generic error.
Why have the Microsoft people introduced such a restriction is a mystery to me.
Hello Jacques, I've tried to reach you by email, but don't have an up to date address. I trust all is well? I would be interested to catch up if you're in central London.
Max Bleyleben, Kennet Partners
Thanks for sharing this! I had been looking for a few hours and a link off of Google showed this.
I have posted a related blog, with an easy workaround to this issue in case you are interested. Thanks for the info in your post.
It was helpfull!
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