ASP Availability

Updated: January 20, 2010

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

An ASP page is an HTML page that contains server-side scripts that are processed by the Web server before it is sent to the user's browser. Server-side scripts run when a browser requests an .asp file from the Web server. ASP is called by the Web server, which processes the requested file from top to bottom and executes any script commands. It then formats a standard Web page and sends it to the browser.

Events

Event ID Source Message

5

Active Server Pages

Error: %1.

6

Active Server Pages

Error: %1, %2.

7

Active Server Pages

Error: %1, %2, %3.

8

Active Server Pages

Error: %1, %2, %3, %4.

9

Active Server Pages

Warning: %1.

16

Active Server Pages

Warning: %1, %2.

17

Active Server Pages

Warning: %1, %2, %3.

18

Active Server Pages

Warning: %1, %2, %3, %4.

19

Active Server Pages

Failed to create an ASP Session due to Access Denied when activating COM+ Partition %1.

20

Active Server Pages

Failed to create ASP Application %1 due to invalid or missing COM+ Partition ID.

21

Active Server Pages

Failed to retrieve the Anonymous User Token for ASP Application %1. Global.ASA OnEnd routines will not be executed.

22

Active Server Pages

Failed to impersonate the Anonymous User for ASP Application %1. Global.ASA OnEnd routines will not be executed.

23

Active Server Pages

No Default Script Language specified for Application %s. Using default: %s.

499

Active Server Pages

Invalid ProgID.

500

Active Server Pages

UNC Access failed for file - %s with the error = %d

Related Management Information

Active Server Pages (ASP)

Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0

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