Mads Kristensen I build web tools and The following in my catch statement helped in getting to the root of the problem: catch (WebException webex) { WebResponse errResp = webex.Response; using (Stream respStream = errResp.GetResponseStream()) { StreamReader reader cdmicacc commented Jun 20, 2014 @PreranaPolekar I'm not super familiar with OAuth in C#, but have you tried using this fellow's implementation: http://www.rahulpnath.com/blog/exploring-oauth-c-and-500px/ -- I don't know if it still works Hope my experience helps to someone else.

up vote 4 down vote favorite I have an application where I am creating a SOAP request by hand and hitting a SharePoint instance. Reply never_again Member 14 Points 44 Posts Re: HttpWebRequest.GetResponse() throwing 500 error Jul 25, 2010 03:50 PM|never_again|LINK Solved my issue. minifying HTML filesAug 12 Effect of tabs vs. How should I tell my employer?

I'm also 100% sure that XML I post is correct. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. n n i AUTH_START AuthTypeSupported="NT" 17:44:44.542 28.

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