Re: FTP User Account Access failure after Promotion to PDC ??

From: PeterB (peter@INKVINE.FLUFF.ORG)
Date: 10/16/01

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Date:         Tue, 16 Oct 2001 19:44:59 +0100
From: PeterB <peter@INKVINE.FLUFF.ORG>
Subject:      Re: FTP User Account Access failure after Promotion to PDC ??

On Sat, 13 Oct 2001, Steve McEachern wrote:

> Another bug it seems is that custom error pages cannot be .ASP At least
> their is no advantage if they are. You have to point the "Custom Error
> Page" to a .HTM document with a client-side redirect to the desired ASP page
> to get it to parse itself. For example setting up and causing Error404.ASP
> to be called results in no inline scripting being executed when called
> directly? A major purpose of custom error pages is to at least continue to
> offer a websites navigation when a page cannot be found. Most web
> developers have their navigation inside includes given that in most cases it
> is a global aspect. Is this a further oversite or is there again a simple
> solution which has been lost in the chaos. One thing is certain and that is
> "it is not intuitive".
I might be misunderstanding here, but I think you've simply set the error
page incorrectly.

If your error page is something other than static HTML, you have to use a
"URL" type error page, not a "File" type error page. If you use URL as
the type, it will correctly hand over to an .asp (.aspx, .shtml,
.whatever) page. If you use a File it'll just spit out the text without
any ISAPI processing.

A few things to take note. If a URL type error is used, your error page
MUST set the HTTP response itself (or else it'll default to 200 OK). The
error number and the address that generated the error are passed as a
parameter to your URL (if you have a custom 404 handler called
404handler.asp, someone generating a 404 Not Found will get sent to;

This is all nicely documented in the IIS help files. The default IIS web
site uses this mechanism for at least one error message (the 500-100
error). I'm not sure how it could be made any more intuitive; it didn't
seem complicated to me. I just picked "URL" from the dropdown box.


logic kicks ass: (1) Horses have an even number of legs. (2) They have two legs in back and fore legs in front. (3) This makes a total of six legs, which certainly is an odd number of legs for a horse. (4) But the only number that is both odd and even is infinity. (5) Therefore, horses must have an infinite number of legs.

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