DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31794] - Custom HTTP 400 error page

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DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31794] - Custom HTTP 400 error page

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------- Additional Comments From [hidden email]  2005-06-02 00:03 -------
(Sorry Yoavs for CC'ing, I have to contradict the verdict and hope someone else
than our hurried friend will handle this...)

The 400 status code can have and should forward to a page handler if any.
It sure has no mapping, but doesn't need so. The url is in the web.xml plain simply.

I have seen the code for myself, and even if it is not easy to refactor the
oversight, this is the spec. The argument given is one from an implementation
perspective and has no weight given the spec wasn't respected. The limitation of
tomcat must be fixed.

I'm about to try this 5.5.x without 1.5... Last time, I checked, it wasn't working.


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