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Exactly what is the directory structure under tomcat's webapps directory, and what is the URL you are using that should execute the index.jsp? just a guess Peter Hodgson Greenhorn Posts: 4 posted 11 years ago Thanks, I've taken out the unnecessary stuff, and tried it with and without a jsp mime type mapping, You can define different Error Handlers to handle different type of errors or exceptions. Search Tutorials: Web Tutorials :: JSPs :: 5.
Looked to the future. You can define your own custom error pages in your web.xml file. You can do this via the error-page element in web.xmlW, in which you can specify an exception-type and the location of the resource where a user should be sent if an Error Page Jsp Browse other questions tagged java servlets tomcat6 web.xml custom-error-pages or ask your own question.
The location of the file is always the same: application root/WEB-INF/web.xml At minimum, the file needs to contain an XML descriptor and an opening and closing
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Why does typography ruin the user experience? If there is any error with status code either 404 ( Not Found) or 403 ( Forbidden ), then ErrorHandler servlet would be called. Handling this issue is fairly straightforward. I'd be really greatful if anyone can help.
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So try with Mozilla and Safari and it should work.