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When writing to a log within ASP.NET, it is very useful to output to the log not just a message such as error test, but where it is being reported.
The function GetPage called as
GetPage(Me.Request.FilePath) & ":" & strSql
prepends the name of the form.
Function GetPage(Byval sPagePath As String) As String 'Purpose: ' Get Page path 'Notes: ' Call as GetPage(Me.Request.FilePath) Dim iFind As Integer iFind = InstrRev(sPagePath,"/",-1, CompareMethod.Text) If iFind > 0 Then Return Mid$(sPagePath, iFind + 1) Else Return sPagePath End If End Function