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Designing Exceptions?

 
Jignesh Gohel
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Hi,

I have a made a application using MVC architecture havinfg servlets & jsp.Till now i was debugging my application's error using LOGGER .But i want to design some standard jsp exception pages which can inform the user about the problem either technical related or business logic related

So i want to make some general classes for the exceptions so that i can redirect the messages to that general classes for whatsoever the exception is about.
So can anybody give me some guidance regarding this ???

Thanks,
Jignesh
[ March 19, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Jignesh Gohel
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Hi i have designed one exception class.
What the process follows is:

I am clicking a button from my welcome.jsp page to get connection to the database which hits my makeConnection servlet.The makeConnection servlet calls getConnection() method of some another class .In that other class i m forcefully making runtime error so that i can display my jsp error page.But i am getting the conventional jsp error page provide by Tomcat .

I have include an error-page tag in the web.xml correctly.Also i have defined the jsp page with errorPage attribute = "true".

So how to make my error page display if the exception is generated when my servlet takes use of some model class which(the model class) generates the exception???

Thanks,
Jignesh
 
Vishnu Prakash
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I have include an error-page tag in the web.xml correctly.Also i have defined the jsp page with errorPage attribute = "true".


Did you match the correct exception in web.xml.
Are you catching your exception in model(or)servlet class?
Do you posting your error tags here.
 
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