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How do we get the Application name in asp.net?

Posted on 2009-04-09
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Hi,
Could anybody tell me how to get the current application name? Is there anyway we can set it in web.config and then retrieve it from there when needed? I need to insert this application name into a table "Errors" to know which application caused this error.
Please give me any ideas! Thank you!
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Also you can try this:
Path.GetFileName(Application.ExecutablePath);
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thank you
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