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#1 Nov. 21, 2005 15:32:35

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Server Error pages


My view code for my calendar app can detect when a user supplies a bad
year, month or day, but I have no idea how to get Django to display an
application specific "500" page. I put a 500.html in my templates
subdir for the calendar app, but it is not found when a raise an
exception. It does look elsewhere for a 500 template, but that file
doesn't exist in my setup.

(In case you are wondering, I set DEBUG = False in my settings.py
file.)

How is this supposed to work? I saw a mention suggesting changing
urls.py and also noticed HTTPResponseServerError, but I haven't found
an actual example of application specific error handling.

Once I have this working, is there any way for my application to
override or bypass the global DEBUG setting so that these handled cases
do not yield a traceback?

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