AJAX :: How To Handle Errors / Exceptions During Postback

Mar 27, 2010

I really want to switch over to ajax, but i can't seem to get my error handlling perfect. If i can't handle errors correctly, I just can't use it. What I really want to happen is to do a full refresh of the Top Frame. How I normally do this is by a similar call to Response.Write(<script>top.location.href = ""</script>). I was currently doing this in Global.asax. This becomes a problem when I error out in an AJAX postback. I've also noticed that There is an AsycPostbackErrorHandler you can attach to the ScriptManager. This is all find an dandy, but it will still hit my Global.asax Application_Error Event.

I am honestly just not sure how to handle this.

As I said, the result I want is....To Reload the Top Frame with some Error Message...whether I have to do some weird redirection or whatever. My problem lies specifically with the Global.asax file.

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