Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this louis vuitton outlet online application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). I just tried to edit a file using Textpad from my PC and produced the same result (error) - the only way I can edit is using Sharepoint Designer which I'm not as experienced with - was hoping to do some pretty fance finding and replacing using BBEdit, so maybe I just need to figure out how to do this with Sharepoint Designer (ugh)
posted by drobot at 4:07 PM on January 3, 2009
i don't have a solution to your problem but wanted to add that text editor may not be the source of the problem. If you have a BOM in the file (it's a couple of bytes louis vuitton handbags outlet - invisible to you - at the very beginning of the file), it will screw up the parsing on the server. HTH
posted by woodblock100 at 6:04 PM on January 3, 2009
What are you using to transfer the files. Some FTP clients will do lend ending conversion unless you tell them to use binary mode.
posted Shenbj2504 by Good Brain at 6:05 PM on January 3, 2009
Thanks for the responses - phil - I thought that might be part of the problem - the way i tested is I opened louis vuitton handbags an ASPX file that was working and then saved it without making any changes and saw the error. The no BOM suggestion didn't work. As far as the edits, these are replica louis vuitton very simple ASPXs - all HTML, in fact - I'm just editing some text. To upload the files, I'm connected to a VPN and copying the files to a share. What's interesting is I'm trying the same thing from my PC with textpad and having the same problems. If I use Sharepoint Designer from my PC, it works ok.