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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 4542] - jsp:include inside a custom tag can throw an exception.
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2001 11:40:33 GMT
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jsp:include inside a custom tag can throw an exception.





------- Additional Comments From pduffin@volantis.com  2001-12-06 03:40 -------
<continued from above>... seems quite reasonable. The including page knows that
it is including another page and so can make sure that the error page can cope
with an error from the included page but the included page does not know whether
or not it is included inside another page or not so its error page might not
provide enough information.

I am not sure if this is related or is a new bug but the default error page
processing does not seem to be working. A JSP page which throws an exception
but does not have an error page specified results in a
	"Document contained no data."
message from Netscape.

If this is a new bug and not related to this one then could you let me know
whether there is a bug open on this already and if so what its number is and
if not I will open a new one.

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