Error handling in VBScript is relatively primitive, but that
doesn't mean you shouldn't use it. There's not much
that will lower a user's opinion of your site more quickly then
when they get an ugly unhandled error.
Note: Starting with ASP 3.0 there is a another method for
handling run-time errors: the ASPError object.
It's used to centrally handle errors for an entire site by
setting up a custom error page. You can find more information
about this type of error handling here: