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I'm used to using TomCat over Apache, on my own computer/server, where all of my Java programs and JSP/Servlets work beautifully, but now I'm forced to use IBM WebSphere, where things are much hazier. I was wondering if there were an easy way to display errors, and to catch them before the page automatically goes to 500 - Internal Server error, and displays no information. Being an enterprise wide server, I do not have personal access to wherever error information is being displayed, and so deploying through Interwoven makes this the only thing I can see.
I've tried using a try/catch on Throwable, and to print its stack trace, but that didn't work, I even know the line of code that it is failing on, yet the error messages I receive aren't well-suited to help me debug the app. I was wondering if there weren't a better way to become informed of the errors. If anybody has an idea, I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks,
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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