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Apache/Tomcat error page redirection question

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I have the need to redirect visitors to my site to different error pages depending on the type of element missing. For example, if the element that is missing is an image file (e.g. *.jpg, *.gif), then I want to present them with a custom 404 error page. If the missing element is an entire page, then I want to present them with a completely different 404 error page.

I know that I can set Tomcat to catch the 404 errors and present a custom page, but what I need to know is can I get as granular as I need to get using the configuration, or do I have to put this in an jsp file and solve it programmatically?

Thanks,

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