because the application error messages like checks of input values
produce such error messages.
The browser "firefox" does display these messages, but the "Internet
Explorer" with the newest updates does not.
The "Internet Explorer" displays a own error message instead. Only if
you manipulate the flag "show friendly http error messages" the
body of standard_error_messages is *always* displayed. But we think, it
would be difficult to make shure that every user does this.
Chris Withers wrote:
> Ulla Theiss wrote:
>> Hello list,
>> is there a possibility to send the standard_error_message with http
>> return code 200 (ok) instead of 500 (internal_server_error)?
> Why would you want to? That's in violation of several http specs...
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