response.write in Win 2000
Sometimes I hate it when Microsoft messes with a good thing. In NT, I was able to do a response.write to debug an error in my ASP script. Now when I attempt to do the same thing in Win 2000, it redirects me to one of their stupid custom user-friendly error messages.<BR><BR>I was able to at least get the error message to show within the custom error page, but it won't show the response.write because, of course, it has redirected me to a completely diferent page (you know, the HTTP 500 Internal Server Error message). ARGH!<BR><BR>Anyone know how to turn off this cute little feature in IIS 5.0?
RE: response.write in Win 2000
try on your browser:tools,internet options,advanced,<BR>disable "Show friendly HTTP error messages"...
And it isn't Win2k...It's IE5<eop