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yarlagadda rajesh
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hi
how to handling error or exception pages by navigating to another page which specifies the exception name and type


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Vijitha Kumara
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It's not that clear, can you elaborate your question a bit?


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The Servlet Specification has a complete section on error handling.


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ujjwal soni
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There are in all many ways to handle exceptions on jsp's

1) Using Scriptlets (very simple but too slow on 1st request)


2) Mention errorPage in page directive



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Vikas Kapoor
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Scriptlets? There are far better options like JSTL,EL. Scriplets must be avoided.

Take a look at this superb article on Exception Handling in Web Applications
 
 
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