ASP.NET AJAX calling webservice has exception handling bug

Posted by: Wayne Brantley, on 07 Dec 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

[This is a re-post from my previous blog] When using Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX, you can call any webservice you have enabled with the [ScriptService] attribute. This webservice could throw an exception, which ends up on the webpage as a javascript alert. This all works quite nicely, UNTIL you actually deploy such a solution! Let's say you have a webservice that takes an item and returns...

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