Regular script errors can be formated by using a different error template, as described in the FoxWeb Configuration page.
Errors that are not returned by scripts can also be customized, but the procedure is a little more difficult. To customize these errors you will need to add a new value named "StubError" in the FoxWeb registry key (hklm\software\Aegis Group\FoxWeb\CurrentVersion). FoxWeb will return exactly what you enter in this value. The string %error% can be used to merge in the actual error message:
Sent by D.B. Stepp on 07/31/2002 01:54:46 PM:At some point I know I read about, and implemented, a way in which I could change FoxWeb's error message when FoxWeb isn't running. It was something I had to add to the registry. To be specific, I'm speaking of replacing this message:
The FoxWeb Service has returned the following message:
Could Not Connect to FoxWeb Broker.
Broker has probably not been started.
What are the steps to change this message?