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logging untrapped errors in web config and SQL table

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ASP.Net  I need to log untrapped errors into a sql table, using webconfig ,
any examples? I need the table schema too, thanks.
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Maybe something in the global.aspx file
using:
Server.GetLastError.GetBaseException
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You can catch the un-handled exception in Global.asax. And then insert a record in your SQL DB

Here is an example on catching un-handled exception and send out an email.
http://www.asp.net/hosting/tutorials/processing-unhandled-exceptions-cs

You may refer to this example and modify it to what you need
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