Well also now I got it (still not per app)... but the problem Im having is 
that I want to return a *json*, but Im getting the full HTML response  with 
a body and all that. 

If I use 

error_handler = dict(application='backend',
                     controller='error',
                     function='report')


Nothing changes. So I have setup

routes_onerror = [
  ('init/400', '/backend/default/index'),
  ('init/*', '/backend/default/index'),
  ('*/404', '/backend/default/index'),
  ('*/*', '/backend/error/report')
]



I have as response this HTML instead of the json


<html><head><link rel="alternate stylesheet" type="text/css" 
href="resource://gre-resources/plaintext.css" ></head><body 
data-pinterest-extension-installed="ff1.37.9"><pre>{&amp;#x27;message&amp;#x27;:
 
&amp;#x27;Error interno&amp;#x27;}</pre></body></html>

El martes, 20 de septiembre de 2016, 10:22:34 (UTC-5), Ty oc escribió:
>
> I mean, we have other web2py apps there, I dont want to modify the default 
> behaviour of the other ones, only this "backend" app.
>
> El martes, 20 de septiembre de 2016, 10:06:10 (UTC-5), Ty oc escribió:
>>
>> I thought it was a per app configuration.
>>
>> El lunes, 19 de septiembre de 2016, 17:51:28 (UTC-5), Anthony escribió:
>>>
>>> routes.py goes in the root /web2py folder. Be sure to restart the server 
>>> or reload routes (via admin). Also, make sure you don't actually have an 
>>> error somewhere in your error handling app.
>>>
>>> On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 5:02:11 PM UTC-4, Ty oc wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Where exactly I need to put this file?
>>>>
>>>> I have tried
>>>>
>>>> error_message = '<html><body><h1>%s-------</h1></body></html>'
>>>> error_message_ticket = '''<html><body><h1>Internal error</h1>
>>>>      Ticket issued: <a href="/admin/default/ticket/%(ticket)s"
>>>>      target="_blank">%(ticket)s</a>------</body></html>'''
>>>>
>>>> routes_onerror = [
>>>>   ('init/400', '/backend/default/index'),
>>>>   ('init/*', '/backend/default/index'),
>>>>   ('*/404', '/backend/default/index'),
>>>>   ('*/*', '/backend/error/report')
>>>> ]
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> error_handler = dict(application='backend',
>>>>                      controller='error',
>>>>                      function='report')
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Still no correct message displayed if I cause a 500 server error. Where 
>>>> do I activate it?
>>>>
>>>> I mean, even debugging passes over the redirector inside web2py and see 
>>>> nothing on those variables causing normal behaviour on the branch on 
>>>> rewrite.py
>>>>
>>>> if status >= 399 and THREAD_LOCAL.routes.routes_onerror:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> so....
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> El martes, 6 de septiembre de 2016, 11:17:58 (UTC-5), Anthony escribió:
>>>>>
>>>>> http://web2py.com/books/default/chapter/29/04/the-core#Routes-on-error
>>>>>
>>>>> Anthony
>>>>>
>>>>> On Tuesday, September 6, 2016 at 10:43:19 AM UTC-4, Ty oc wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Still I need to log the ticket issue so we know what is happening (we 
>>>>>> will be watching for errors to show on the admin webapp), but we dont 
>>>>>> want 
>>>>>> the error to be like the HTML that is always show to the user.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I want to return a one of the following depending on where Im 
>>>>>> returning it (a page in the web app or a request of a service)
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>    - for the service
>>>>>>       - {"error":"see ticket xyz"} 
>>>>>>       - for the HTML webpage
>>>>>>       - General error, return home "here".
>>>>>>    
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>

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