Drew Marsh on Response.End() [DOTNET-WEB]…

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Drew Marsh on Response.End() [DOTNET-WEB]

That’s how it terminates the thread. If you need to watch for exceptions on the other code around the call to Response.End, you need to add a special catch block that handles ThreadAbortException explicitly and just rethrows it. …here’s the IL…

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