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error pages in web.xml

Hanna Habashy
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Joined: Aug 20, 2003
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hi all:
I am trying to add error handling in my web.xml file.
here is the code:
It is not working correctly. It catchs Exceptions, but not RuntimeExceptions.
I had to add another code:
RuntimeExeption exteds Exception. Shouldn't be cought without adding the second code.

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Bruce Jin
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RuntimeException, or a class derived from it, is different from other subclasses of Exception in that it is an UncheckedException.

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