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how the end user will know the error

l suresh
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Joined: Mar 09, 2006
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in servlets or jsp the the end user will know the error
Bear Bibeault
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If you want people to take the time to answer your questions, you should put some time in asking questions that are complete sentences and that clearly state what information you are seeking.

I really have no idea what you are after.

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sushma sree
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As long as you dont catch any of the exceptions, the stack trace would be printed on the JSP. You might consider some Validation frameworks which can show meaningful errors instead of ugly stack trace
 
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