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Defining ErrorDocument in Websphere 5.0.1

 
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Hi guys,
I am encountring a very common problem in websphere server. But i am not able to find its solution. I want to define my own Error Document pages in websphere 5.0.1. If someone has done it already, then please let me know as as possible.
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Bikram,
Error pages for what? Are you trying to define error messages for a website or something else?
 
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Yeah exactly,
If any exception occured at runtime, then i want to define my own error page instead of Servers error page.
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Bikram
 
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Error pages are defined in the web.xml deployment descriptor. This is described in the Servlet specification. Look in Section SRV 9.9.2 of the Servlet 2.3 spec.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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