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Request is not active

Request is not active

Request is not active

Sometimes, but not always, when I'm navigating to a page created in the Page Designer I get a blank page. A couple of page refreshes brings up the following:

Programming error: request is not active.

Has anyone ever encountered this? It seems to be limited to certain architectures

RE: Request is not active

Normally we get the blank page when there is some exception thrown by some error in the codes (in PageGenerateBegin() or PageRequestBegin()).  Perhaps you can use the try-catch block to find out why?

RE: Request is not active

I get that message on and off. I trap and send myself e-mail every time it happens. Always on the same page, and that page is using SSL. Page works about 8,000 times per every time it fails so I don't think it's the code but SilverStream. Never figured it out, never had SilverStream get back to me when I asked them.

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