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From "Brent Johnson" <bre...@reedyriverpress.com>
Subject Tomcat vs Apache and Errors
Date Tue, 08 Jan 2002 21:58:14 GMT
I just upgraded from Tomcat 3.2.x to 4.0.  I'm using it with Apache
1.3.19 and the webapp module to connect.  I've noticed something very
odd though...
 
It seems as though Tomcat is handling all the errors?  Any error I get
is output by Tomcat itself (a 404 error, a 500 error, etc).  In Tomcat
3.2.x when an error occurred that error message was output by Apache
(not the fancy blue Apache Tomcat screen).  It almost seems as though
Tomcat is handling the output of pages and errors itself??  I assume
this behavior does NOT mean Tomcat is serving images and html pages
right?  I want Apache to handle all files EXCEPT for JSP and XML (using
Cocoon 1.8.2) files.
 
(and I realize I can use the error-page tag in the web.xml file to have
it redirect to a file - that's ok in production but I don't want that to
be done in development)
 
Any insight on this would be very helpful... thanks!
 
- Brent

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