On Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 1:16 AM, jchappelle jchappe...@4redi.com wrote:
I am using wicket 6.14.0.
I have a RequestCycleListener that listens for onException. I handle
PageExpiredException, UnauthorizedInstantiationException(this is custom),
and by default I redirect to a custom ErrorPage class that takes the
Exception object in the constructor. It also contains a list of ignored
exceptions that it will return null for. This custom ErrorPage actually
reports an error to our JIRA bug tracker when it renders to the user.
The problem I am having is we are getting a lot of bug reports for things
like StalePageException and ComponentNotFoundException when I think wicket
Indeed Wicket handles StalePageException.
ComponentNotFoundException usually means that there is an error in the
application, so I think it is good to handle it as you do now.
can handle those without the user knowing. While I can add them to the
ignored list, I don't think this is a good design because as wicket
these exceptions can change.
I would like a way to just register my internal error page with
getApplicationSettings().setInternalErrorPage(...) but I can't because I
won't have my Exception passed to my error page. Is there a way to do this?
Or is there some way to access the last exception associated with the
I suppose I can create an Exception variable in my Session class and set it
in my RequestCycleListener but I'm hoping there is a better way.
storing it in the session is the best place.
other places to store it are RequestCycle's metadata or a ThreadLocal but
usually Wicket will make a http redirect to load the configured internal
error page and those won't be valid any more.
How do you check whether a given type of error is logged in Jira just once ?
An attacker can create thousands of tickets in Jira by just reloading a
page that leads to a problem.
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