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Web.xml question

 
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I am working with a home grown security filter, SCMIS Security Filter, in our web app that makes a call to an exception java file that is located in a dependency JAR file when a user is not authenticated to access the web app.. This filter is defined in our web.xml file but I would like to know if there is anyway that I can bypass this security filter or exception when this particular exception is called so that I can redirect the user to a specific JSP in this same web app?

Here is the web.xml:



The exception method called in the JAR from the filter is:



Right now I am getting stuck in a loop when bringing up local tomcat server because I am in the security filter that keeps trying to authenticate user for access to web app and I can never get the user to the unAuthorizedUser.jsp page.

Any help/direction would be appreciated.
 
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Moving to our Servlets forum.
 
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Hi,
I think you should make a custom exception class to handle that exception.
 
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Thanks for the replies. I'll give them a try.
 
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