problem with a web code

hi there

what is the probkem with this code, i have a file with the name log.txt and i use the code below but i get the error message 500 internal server error
dim FSO,FO

FileName= Server.MapPath ("log.txt")
set FSO = server.createobject ("scripting.filesystemobject")
set FO= FSO.opentextfile (FileName,2)
fO.writeline "Hi there"

set FSO=nothing
set FO=nothing

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Big MontyWeb Ninja at largeCommented:
to get the exact error message, you need to send the errors to the browser by configuring IIS:

once you do that, you should get a better message telling you what's wrong
John Gates, CISSPSecurity ProfessionalCommented:
You need to make sure the web service account has write permissions to the txt file :)
bill201Author Commented:
sorry i was wrong the host is managed by
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Big MontyWeb Ninja at largeCommented:
the code you posted is for classic asp, not

did you manage to send errors to the browser?
bill201Author Commented:
no i don't know how to do is, so i think to delete this message becasue i see that i have a lot holes on
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Server.MapPath is the PATH to the desired file and not the file itself.
FileName= Server.MapPath ("log.txt")

FileName= Server.MapPath (".") ' current directory
Filename = Filename & "\log.txt"
for error handling in , please follow this, this, and this
bill201Author Commented:
thanks David Johnson for your comment i try this, and it's not working i spoke to my web provider and he said me that my website are supporting on asp (asp classic) and asp .net.

thanks  dejaanbu for your comment
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there are several ways to handle errors in, in the first link its all explained.

if you are using and only want to write the error details to a log file,then:

just create a class file named "ExceptionUtility"  and just copy and paste the code from this example .(Be sure about C# or VB Code and copy the same).

in your web page code, just import this ExceptionUtility class  and call the function "LogException" inside the  Catch Block .

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