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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Domino
Categories Administration
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 29, 2020

Make Domino Config General Error mapping also handle path errors

Within the Domino config database (domcfg.nsf) one can set a mapping for a custom "General Error" form to be displayed if such an error occours.


Unfortunately this mapping obviously doesn´t count for (non-database related) path errors.

For example:



In this case either:

a.) an ugly server error message with an 404 error is displayed or

b.) one has configured a setting within the notes.ini file



However, I´d wish that in EVERY case of an "General error", including path errors, the custom "General Error" form, configured in the Domino Config, should be displayed.


In this way there would be a uniform error page, which can be customized for different customers hosted on the same server!


Alternatively make a new notes.ini parameter like "HTTPHandlePathErrorsByDominoConfig=1".


Mark Reiser

sirius-net GmbH

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