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jwatkin (2) [Avatar] Offline
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In JSTL 1.0.6, <c:import> seems to fail silently when the url attribute isn't empty and points to a non-existent file. Why doesn't it throw a "file not found" error that I can catch with <c:catch>?

Is there any reasonable way to test for this kind of error?
jwatkin (2) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: How to Catch File Not Found?
To elaborate, I'm referring to the case when the URL is context relative. It will throw an error when the URL is like: "http://somecontext/jsp/somefile.jsp", but not when it's like: "/jsp/somefile.jsp". This seems inconsistent and makes debugging harder. Is there any attribute or server setting that will enable this sort of error detection? Otherwise, I have to set flags in all of my pages.