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handling exceptions in jsp

 
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Hello to all...

1.How to catch expection in jsp.

2. In jsp the uncaught exception can be handled through..by giving
<@ page errorpage="ErrorDefinedpage">..By redireting to the ErrorDefinedpage ...is there any other way to handle..this .

if there.. let me know.

Thanks
 
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Using the c:catch tag in jstl http://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=31341&rl=1
 
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Generally, you shouldn't be catching exceptions in a JSP. Could you explain why you feel the need to do so?

Declaring error handing in the deployment descriptor (web.xml) is usually the best way to deal centrally with exceptions thrown in a web application.
 
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