I have read that there is no management interface for specifying a custom error page in WebLogic instead of the very
plain default one provided by Weblogic. This would be displayed for example when a web application is stopped and
the user is sent a HTTP status 404. It would have been nice if people were given the option of returning status 200 and
a custom error page, but I am just looking for a way to return a custom page.
I have also tried specifying an <error-page> in web.xml for an application but this does not work for me when an application
is stopped at any rate.
I have also read that someone was given an internal class by BEA support to rebuild and add to one of the Weblogic jars.
I got optimistic here because at least a solution might exist.
Has anyone been able to do this without running an Apache front-end to WebLogic?
I'm having the same problem. In my case I want to use a customized error page for all the applications deployed in weblogic managed server.
I have seen a method of doing this in JBoss. Because of that I thought this is possible in weblogic. But unfortunately I was unable to find any method f doing this in weblogic.
Can any one help me to come up with a solution?