I know how to alter the web config to redirect to an errors page but what I need to do is have the actual offending error message print to that page. This is a special request for testing reasons, I realize the whole point of a custom error page is to provide a user friendly message when an error occurs but for testing we want to show the user the message so they can copy and paste it into a ticketing system we are using for beta testing feedback.
Should I use the global.asax instead? I am pretty new to vb.net and am not sure how to get the actual error message to display on my custom error page. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
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