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Intraweb - multiple error pages

Posted on 2010-11-18
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Currently, on all errors  intraweb shows its logo with error page
Would like to display own error page depending on the error so the user will not see the Intraweb error page..

And I dont mean the session timeout...
Looking for a solution that would handle by exception type perhaps

TIA
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You can try to handle all errors yourself of course, by placing all code inside a try-except block. Also, the OnException event handler of the Server Controller is called when an exception is not handled by the IntraWeb application. If you don't implement OnException, then the following default code is executed:

procedure TIWServerController.IWServerControllerBaseException(
  AApplication: TIWApplication; AException: Exception);
begin
  AApplication.ShowMessage(AException.Message);
end;

This will show that error page (I believe), so if you implement the OnException event handler you can produce your own error message of jump to your own page if you want.
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