Errorpage for Servlets

2003-12-17 Thread Reinhard Moosauer
Hi,

Jean-Pierre Pelletier submitted this bug (already closed):

http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=25547
(default errorpage is displayed instead of the one forwarded to)

I am also using the technique he describes. (In Tomcat 4.1)
Seems like this will work no more in Tomcat 5

My question: Is there a portable way to use the same errorpage for servlets 
and JSPs? 

I can think of these solutions:

1. use another attribute instead of javax.servlet.jsp.jspException and get 
it back in the errorpage

2. Simply use exception as the attribute name.

thanks in advance for some tips,


Reinhard

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RE: Errorpage for Servlets

2003-12-17 Thread Shapira, Yoav

Howdy,

My question: Is there a portable way to use the same errorpage for
servlets
and JSPs?

How about mapping the error page in web.xml and throwing the mapped
exception type?  It's very simple and clean.

Yoav Shapira


I can think of these solutions:

1. use another attribute instead of javax.servlet.jsp.jspException
and
get
it back in the errorpage

2. Simply use exception as the attribute name.

thanks in advance for some tips,


Reinhard

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