Stack Overflow error after migrating from 1.1 to 2.0 framework

I'm using VS 2008, C# and working on an application with which I am still pretty unfamiliar.  However, the issue I'm having looks very straightforward.  I'm getting a stack overflow exception from the following overridden method.  Nothing has changed other than the attempt to upgrade the application.

 //code follows

public override Page Page





if (Context.Handler is Page)

return (Page)Context.Handler;


return null;


//End code

 Anyone have any help on this?


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 Any chance you can provide the full stack trace from the exception?

Edit: The reason I ask is because using that simple code snippet, I am unable to reproduce the issue.

       Kevin Jones

4/4/2009 11:32:48 PM

I'd love to provide the full stack trace, but the only thing I can get is from the stack window, and the only thing in the window is the method call that is erring.  The only message I get in the Call Stack window is:

MyNamespace.MyClass.dll!MyNamespace.MyClass.Page.get() Line 271 + 0x8 bytes

[External Code]

 This combination is repeated a number of times in the call stack window.  When I attempt to step through the call, the focus returns immediately to the "if(this.Context.Handler is Page) line.


 One additional note - is it possible that the type comparison is recursively calling the page property?  If so, and assuming I need that context.Handler set, what would be the work around?

4/7/2009 1:53:46 PM

Ok, update w/ good news:

 I changed the call from Context.Handler to System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Handler.  My working theory is that the Context.Handler was recursively calling the overridden Page property where it was defined making for an infinite loop with the very expected result of a stack overflow error. 

To me, the confusing part is why this change would be necessary, why have I not found other folks with the same issue.  If anyone can shed some light on this, I'd like to read it and file it away.

4/8/2009 6:38:16 PM

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