- JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform (EPP)
- JBoss Portal Platform (JPP)
- I would like to display a custom "NotFoundError" error page when user browses a non-existing portal page. How can I configure the custom 404 page for EPP?
1. for the non-existing context http://localhost:8080/foobar, please refer to the kcs article: How do I configure a custom error page in JBoss ?
2. for the non-existing page just below the /portal http://localhost:8080/portal/foobar, configure the error-page in $JBOSS_HOME/server/$PROFILE/deploy/gatein.ear/02portal.war/WEB-INF/web.xml:
<error-page> <error-code>404</error-code> <location>/error.jsp</location> </error-page>
and place your custom error page error.jsp under $JBOSS_HOME/server/$PROFILE/deploy/gatein.ear/02portal.war.
3. for the non-existing http://localhost:8080/portal/private/foobar or http://localhost:8080/portal/public/foobar, customize the page gatein.ear/02portal.war/portal-unavailable.jsp. Please note that, there's no way to configure a different error page name because this is hard coded in the java source code.
4. for the non-existing http://localhost:8080/portal/private/available-portal/not-available-page or http://localhost:8080/portal/public/available-portal/not-available-page, it will go to the default page of the portal. This is handled by EPP 5. There's no way can change it.
Note that a feature request has been raised to get this functionality changed in an upcoming release:
Until this feature has been implemented, users of JPP 6 could extend the default PortalRequestHandler as shown in this project:
5. for the non-existing page in the portlet application, use the error-page tag in the corresponding portlet application's web.xml or the mechanisms mentioned in the Portlet Bridge guide: http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/JBoss_Enterprise_Portal_Platform/5.1/html/Reference_Guide/sect-Reference_Guide-Developing_Portlets_with_the_Bridge-General_Error_Handling.html
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