In addition to the CLR exception system, ASP.NET also provides ways of handling errors. The detailed ASP.NET errors are shown to the remote clients and to the local host.RemoteOnlySpecifies that custom errors are shown only to the remote clients, and that ASP.NET errors are shown Brendan Enrick Brendan's Blog Reply ps2goat Contributor 7003 Points 1967 Posts Re: Difference between customErrors mode="On" and "RemoteOnly" in web.config Jul 02, 2007 12:08 PM|ps2goat|LINK RemoteOnly means that if an error Wildcards: "*" mean everyone, "?" means anonymous (unauthenticated) users. -->
The application-level error event should be included in the global file global.asax within the same application folder. Purpose of having good credit when you are well-off? mode Required attribute. The customErrors element can be defined at any level in the application file hierarchy.
The default is RemoteOnly. I was using VWD and the default web.config file contained:
asp.net share|improve this question edited May 24 '13 at 4:45 asked Sep 19 '08 at 13:08 Radu094 12k114370 add a comment| 24 Answers 24 active oldest votes up vote 100 down share|improve this answer answered Sep 2 '11 at 18:15 Roman 8771118 we had same issue. "connectionstrings" node was causing error under framework 1.1, whereas app should have been 2.0