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I am trying to use the jsp error page mechanism to better handle when exceptions are thrown.
I believe I have things set up correctly, but when an exception is thrown in my web app my error page does not show up -- just a printout of the actual exception(i.e. as if the error page was not set up at all).
My set up is:
I have an error page: genericError.jsp
I am referencing that is a .jsp that can throw an exception as <%@ page errorPage="genericError.jsp"%>
genericError.jsp is in the same directory as the page that might throw an exception so I don't think I need to fully qualify it.
Any ideas what the problem is? I am running weblogic.
Not sure if this is related to your problem. But, some versions of IE display their own friendly error page by default. Somewhere in your internet options you need to uncheck that checkbox that says "display friendly error messages or so..."
Bosun (SCJP, SCWCD)
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