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Hi ,


This is the scenario . I have a servlet calling a DAO Layer which is implemented in Hibernate . I want to show an appropiate page when an exception occurs for which i had configured exceptions and locations inside web.xml file.

If an User Defined Exception (say RecordNotFoundException) is thrown inside the DAO Layer .

Is it sufficient to just use throw new RecordNotFoundException inside the DAO Layer ? or is it necessary the servlet should also catch this exception ??



Please help.
 
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Ravi Pavan wrote:
Is it sufficient to just use throw new RecordNotFoundException inside the DAO Layer ?


Yes

Ravi Pavan wrote:
is it necessary the servlet should also catch this exception ??



Not Required

Hope this helps
 
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Yes it helped .Thanks a lot.

 
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Ravi Pavan wrote:Yes it helped .Thanks a lot.



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