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I need to get the details of a 500 error, but I do not want to display the error.  I know I can create a custom page for the 500 error, but how can I get the details that got me there?  I do know Commerce Server 2002 has an error500.asp page that provides (at least from what I read) some of that functionality. HELP!
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Found solution using Server.GetLastError()
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AndresM earned 1600 total points
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You should post a question in the community support topic asking to delete this one and refund your points.
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Have the points... I feel pretty ashamed not knowing this one...
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