As common as it is infamous, the dreaded HTTP – will turn an online-store owner’s smile to a confused frown with one click. The harbinger of lost sales, it stonewalls your customers’ ability to browse your store and purchase products.
If you receive a ( ) when running an application in IIS (SharePoint or otherwise), what can you do to resolve it? The ULS logs won’t show anything because the happens before SharePoint or your web application has a chance to log an .
Now you’re getting the dreaded – . What are you to do? As you may know, a HTTP is a generic message returned by a web when it knows something has gone wrong but it is unable to be more specific about the .