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From 李征 <>
Subject 回复: about tomcat default error page
Date Tue, 21 Oct 2008 01:30:08 GMT
you are right and thank you for your advice
OS: centos4.6
APACHE-MOD_SSL: 1.3.37-2.8.28
TOMCAT: 4.1.29
MOD_JK: 1.2.15

i will look at mod_jk document again.
maybe i can find something i need

发件人: André Warnier <>
收件人: Tomcat Users List <>
已发送: 2008/10/17(周五), 下午6:05:25
主题: Re: about tomcat default error page

Hi 李征,
I don't know the answer to your question, but here is a recommendation :
To avoid delays in answering your question, it is always helpful to
specify :
- on which platform this happens (Windows, Unix, Linux,..)
- what version of Apache
- what version of Tomcat
- what connector you use between them (mod_jk, proxy_ajp,..) and its

In this case, it matters very much, because the exact answer to your
question may be very dependent on this information.

If you do not specify it, then whoever is the expert will have to ask
you first, and because of time differences you might not see his
question before tomorrow, and then when you answer he may not see your
answer before his own tomorrow,.. and presto 48 hours have gone by.

Now if the versions of all the above that you use are fairly recent, and
you use the mod_jk connector, then you may want to look at the latest
release notes of mod_jk.  I am not sure, but I think I remember seeing
something that was more or less around that subject.


李征 wrote:
> i use apache with tomcat.
> i don't want tomcat to generate its default error page when a error happens.
> instead, i want to show my error page which i set in the apache conf file.
> i know that  i can use <error-page> to do this, but i don't want to do it twice
-- both apache and tomcat.
> is there any configuration that makes tomcat do nothing about the error and just simplely
pass the reponse code to apache.
> thanks in advance.
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