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Can I handle errors in ASP's?Can u give me some sample code?I need it urgently.please help me as quick as possible.....
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Simple what you have to do is use the line

On Error Resume Next

This is the only error checking that ASP has.  Then after a line where you expect and error you check the Err object.  The error object has these properties (Number, Description, plus others)
Then you can check for whatever error you expect and handle it.

That's all there is to it.
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