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From "Scott Jones" <sc...@on-sitemanager.com>
Subject [C1] Custom Error Template / Log File?
Date Wed, 18 Jul 2001 15:47:00 GMT
Hello,

I have set up my cocoon application to not handle errors internally, and
then they are handled by tomcat...  This is nice because the error messages
are hidden from our users (who get scared by stack traces) and can send an
error report to our team.

The only problem is that my tomcat error handling page does not have access
to the Exception that caused the problem in the first place (so I can't
report that exception to our team).

I know that cocoon does some logging (at least there are options for it in
cocoon.properties), but I don't know where the log file is!!  Having access
to that would also be a solution.

Is there a way that I can replace the page that reports errors internally,
so that I can have access to the stack trace?  Where would I begin?

Thank you for any suggestions!

Sincerely,

Scott Jones
scott@on-sitemanager.com


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