Now I want to implement a nicer error handling for these situation. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty Connect with us Stay Updated! These method are available with HttpServletResponse object. error-404.jsp <%@ page isErrorPage="true"%> Oops!
You can do this via the error-page element in web.xmlW, in which you can specify an exception-type and the location of the resource where a user should be sent if an We however advice to always have a catch-all sitemap item that catches all the URLs that cannot be matched. To rectify this problem, from the browser's 'Tools' main menu , choose the option 'Internet Options'. it compiles and and in run time it's not calling sendError method in ErrorAwareRequestWrapper.java, due to which it's not displaying the error page.
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This is the preferred way to handle JSP errors. You can specify the URL of an error page by setting the errorPage parameter in a page directive in the originating In this example, I specified the exception-type as java.lang.Throwable so that all exceptions would be sent to the error.jsp page.
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