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From Dmitri Colebatch <...@bigpond.net.au>
Subject Re: How to handle the JNI Exception
Date Mon, 03 Sep 2001 12:10:26 GMT
ou still need to adhere to the servlet api - that says you can throw
a
ServletException - so you will need to wrap your exception in a servlet
exception, although I have no idea how to that in JNI.

cheers
dim

On Mon, 3 Sep 2001, 0xLJCCC6BDDCz/0xLJD1D0BEBFD4BAB7FECEF1C6F7D1D0BEBFCAD2z/0xLJC1AACFEBz
wrote:

> 
> We using JNI in servlet.
> The JNI throws a exception, and the servlet handle the exception.
> But now, when we throws the Exception which define in JDK, all of thing ok.
> When we throws the exception which we define, the tomcat think there is no
> method to handle that exception
> 
> etc: MyException extend Exception.
> 
> We think there should be some configure is not ok.
> Can any body give us advice about tomcat configuration which related to
> exception handle.
> 
>                     Thanks
> 
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