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From Bob Schellink <>
Subject Re: Exception handling
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2012 14:05:15 GMT
Hi Seema,

It might be possible but I haven't done it myself. It might be
possible to construct the same page (using the page class) and use it
instead of the ErrorPage? If you look at the handleException method
you might be able to modify it to your needs?

On the other hand why not use a BorderPage to handle the common error handling?

Hopefully in a future release Click would use an interface instead of
an ErrorPage concept which would have worked nicely for your use case.



On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 3:56 AM, seemarich <> wrote:
> hi Bob,
> I'm able to catch the exception in my page class and generate a formatted
> error message which I display to the user. This code is common in every page
> and hence I did not want to repeat it in every page class. What I was trying
> to do is handle this centrally by overriding the handleException method of
> ClickServlet and put the error message generation code there and set it into
> a bindable variable of the page object which caused the exception (so that
> it can be displayed to the user). However, I'm not able to navigate to the
> same page and show the message. Is there any way to achieve this?
> Thanks,
> Seema
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