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I have made a Customised error page and want to display that when an error occurs. The entry of the same has been done in web.xml(Jboss). Although it prints the System.out.println statement on Console, written on that error page but does not make the HTML page to show on Browser. Also I have to acheive this without adding <@errorPage ...> tag in each and every JSP ...Is it possible ....
 
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Can you post the error-page directive from your web.xml file?
 
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<error-page>
<exception-type>java.lang.Exception</exception-type>
<location>/WEB-INF/web/jsp/common/error.jsp</location>
</error-page>

this is error page directive in my web.xml
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I just tried using a jsp under WEB-INF on Tomcat and it didn't work.
Try moving your error page out of WEB-INF.
 
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Not sure why this is. I looked at the headers with a packet sniffer and it's not trying to re-direct to the error page. With forwards, it shouldn't matter if the jsp is under WEB-INF.
 
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have tried with JSP out of web-inf but still not working
also I am using struts so is there any facility in struts 1.0 to handle exception (in strut-sconfig.xml)

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Sandesh
 
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Have you looked into <global-exceptions> or <exception> element in struts-config.xml?
 
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Using Struts 1.0 so how do I manage Exception in struts-config.xml
 
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As this has become Struts-specific, moving to the Struts forum.
 
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