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Error handling in web application (servlet/plsql)  RSS feed

 
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My question is about the exception and error handling in web application.
If I use oracle procedures and functions for all business logic, then all the requests regarding select, update, delete and insertion of records using servlets, there might be a chance of run time errors and exceptions from oracle procedures.
What is the best way to handle these exceptions and errors? and on which layer i handled these exceptions regarding transactions etc?
 
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I think this is more of a question of how to structure web apps than of JDBC so I'm moving this to the Servlets Forum for you.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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