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From Paul Benedict <paul4chris...@yahoo.com>
Subject Help with Declarative Exceptions
Date Mon, 15 May 2006 03:15:56 GMT
Can someone tell me why this doesn't work? Is this a bug?

Here's my setup:
1) My controller is setup to treat input attributes as forwards.
   <controller ... inputForward="true" />

2) I have a global exception which goes to my "inputError" path.
   <global-exceptions>
     <exception ... path="inputError"/>
   </global-exceptions>

3) I have a global forward which is "inputError"
   <global-forwards>
     <forward name="inputError" path="tile.generalError"/>
   </global-forwards>

4) And "tile.generalError" is a name of Tile definition.

When the exception gets thrown in my application, it locates
the "inputError" forward, but it errrs out on me. The 
TilesRequestProcessor can't find a "inputError" definition,
which it shouldn't since I really want "tile.generalError",
so why isn't it going one more step to resolve it?

Paul


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