1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 13, 2009 2:33 PM by Stephen Friedrich

    Exception redirect _without_ message?

    Stephen Friedrich Novice

      I found thath in Seam 2.1.1 it isn't possible to specify an exception handler that redirects without adding a faces message.
      Here's what I tried:


      <exception class="org.jboss.seam.security.AuthorizationException">
          <end-conversation/>
          <redirect view-id="/security.xhtml">
              <message/>
          </redirect>
      </exception>
      



      However Seam happily ignores the empty <message> tag and adds a default message Authorization check failed for expression [false].


      Is there a sensible reason to ignore my configuration?
      What should an end user make of the message that she is not allowed to expression [false]?


      I still do want other FacesMessage to show on my failed-authorization-page.



      After changing the getDisplayMessage in org.jboss.seam.faces.Navigator, so that it does


      if ( message == null && e.getMessage()!=null )


      instead of


      if ( Strings.isEmpty(message) && e.getMessage()!=null )


      I get the desired behaviour: A default message if the <message> tag is missing, no message with an empty tag and the configured message else.


      Ok to file a Jira issue? Will somebody actually make the proposed change in the code base?