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Syntax:

<error-reload>
    [<device-type>deviceType|ajax</device-type>]
    <error-code>an_error_code</error-code>
    <reload-uri>an_uri</reload-uri>
    [<connection-type>server-push|au</connection-type>]
</error-reload>
[Default: show an error message]

It specifies what URI to redirect the browser to. For example, if you prefer to redirect to the login page, say, login.zul, you can specify the following in zk.xml:

 <error-reload>
     <device-type>ajax</device-type>
     <error-code>402</error-code>
     <reload-uri>/login.zul</reload-uri>
 </error-reload>
 <error-reload>
     <device-type>ajax</device-type>
     <error-code>410</error-code>
     <reload-uri>/timeout.zul</reload-uri>
     <connection-type>server-push</connection-type>
 </error-reload>

connection-type

Optional
Default: au
Allowed: au, server-push
[Since 3.6.3]

Specifies the connection type. It can be either au or server-push. By default, it is au which are the Ajax reqests sent by the widgets running at the client.

If you want to specify the error page for the server push (comet-based), you have to specify server-push as shown in the example below

device-type

Optional
Default: ajax
[Since 3.6.3]

Specifies the device type. By default, it is ajax. If you want to configure for ZK Mobile, use mil.

error-code

Required

Specifies the error code, aka., the server status code; see RFC 2068.

For server-push (comet-based), there is an important error code called 410. It is received when the session is timeout (or the serve is restarted). If you want to notify user about this, you can specify something similar to the following.

<error-reload>
	<device-type>ajax</device-type>
	<error-code>410</error-code>
	<reload-uri>/timeout.zul</reload-uri>
	<connection-type>server-push</connection-type>
</error-reload>

reload-uri

Required

Specifies the URI to reload if the specified error occurs.

If the content of reload-uri is empty, the browser simply reloads the same page again.

 <reload-uri></reload-uri>

If you want to show an error message instead, specify false.

 <reload-uri>false</reload-uri>

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Last Update : 2015/1/22


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