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Hello J2EE Gurus

I am posting to an external servlet. This servlet is outside my domain and all it does is transfer

my application to a jsp page in my domain after doing some work at his end.

99% is servlet throws a Error code of 500 and then I never get to my page.

How should I handle this situation using error codes ??. I don't have any access to this servlet. All

All I do is post to this servlet and it redirects to my JSP page

Thanks

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by:CEHJ
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Check that it's available before transferring control to it. Ulimately you'll have to get them to fix it if the problem's at their end
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How can I check even before I send the parameters that this servlet expects from my page. ? I know that it does some back end calls after getting required parameters and then only forwards to my JSP page.

So I need to have the response that it throws 500 ERROR and handle that.
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What i was getting at is POSTing programmatically to the servlet and reading the response before progressing further
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I found the answer of this question. Please delete this question
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by:Mayank S
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What is the answer? Was there something wrong in the servlet URL or was there an internal compilation error or something?
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     if(response.SC_INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR == 500){
      RequestDispatcher rd = request.getRequestDispatcher("target.jsp");
      rd.forward(request, response);

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