I have a simple form that returns feedback for a given user account.
Works great for me. Gave it to someone else and it worked fine. Third person sent over a screen shot of a
Server Error in '/...' application
An application error occurred on the server. The current error settings...prevent you from viewing...for security reasons...
How can I determine what went wrong in the application? I have try/catch blocks in the only places that something would throw an exception (or so I thought). Is there a way to dump these errors to a file so I can review?
This is a uncaught exception so your try catch will not work here.
So you need to modify your web.config in order to view the error.
Update the CustomErros="Off" as below in web.config:
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