If an error-page declaration has been made for the web application corresponding to the status code passed in, it will be served back in preference to the suggested msg parameter. so web.xml takes prefernce ..does this what the above mean
Yes, thats the impression I get. In case you are wondering (like me) where this sentence is from, it is from the Servlet Spec, pp 214 of 257. regds. - madhav
public void sendError(int sc, java.lang.String msg) throws IOException Sends an error response to the client using the specified status clearing the buffer. The server defaults to creating the response to look like an HTML-for-matted server error page containing the specified message, setting the content type to “text/html”, leaving cookies and other headers unmodified. If an error-page declaration has been made for the web application corresponding to the status code passed in, it will be served back in preference to the suggested msg parameter. <BR> If the response has already been committed, this method throws an Illegal-StateException. After using this method, the response should be considered to be committed and should not be written to. <BR> Parameters: sc - the error status code msg - the descriptive message Throws: IOException - If an input or output exception occurs IllegalStateException - If the response was committed
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