Hi,

I don't think there's a direct way to achieve what you want. However, you could instead find the page class mapping to the url and use that in the exception. I'm not too familiar with it, but have a look at Application#getRootRequestMapper() and its mapHandler method. You could perhaps use a MockWebRequest with your url to find out which IPageClassRequestHandler maps to your page.

Bertrand

On 21/08/2012 1:43 PM, Dan12321 wrote:
Hi,
is possible to redirect page like this:
redirectToInterceptPage("myPage.html") ?

I can do it: redirectToInterceptPage(new MyPage());
But I know only "myPage.html" and I do not know what Page class it is. So is
it any way how to use string and redirectToInterceptPage?

Thanks.



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