I created a custom error page for an asp.net 2.0 site written in VB and I'm calling it from the web.config in <customerrors>
We have a ticket variable that gets passed around to the various pages in the URL (HTTP, Get Variable), and I'm wondering if there is any way I can send this to the error page (without using session vars - this company doesn't want to use them). The reason is so that the user does not have to log in again after the are on the error page.
It should be in the Request.QueryString, and I tried grabbing it from that, but I don't think it still exists by the time it gets passed over to the error page.
I know this is a weird one, but I wanted to at least give it a try. I'm not finding anything helpful through google search.
Also, I don't want to re-write all the try-catch phrases, because there are too many of them, but if you have ideas on that regard, I will save them for future reference when we redesign the site, and would consider giving partial points.