I am currently in the process of making my own custom error handler class. The process is simple:<BR> <BR>- I set On Error Resume Next at the top of the calling page<BR>- create an instance of the error handler<BR>- and then call it every time a possible error could occur with if err.Number &#060;&#062; 0 call custom error object.<BR> <BR>The problem is, if there are any errors encountered within my custom error object it stops the Web service running on the server. Why is this? Is there a problem in the way IIS handles Classes? I know classes are new to VBScript, so I&#039m figuring that there is a bug. Can it be fixed? please help.<BR><BR>Please reply to d.cuca@secureinteractive.com