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Error Handling



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Error handling is what the Web server does in the event a request is made resulting in an error. For example, if you try to go to a page that doesn't exist on a server you will see the all too common ``Error 404: File not found.''. In this menu you can list the error number and tell Apache to load a specified Web page or display a specified message if this error is encountered. Below are a list of common error codes and their meanings. You can refer to the Apache documentation for a complete list of error codes.



Error Code Meaning
301 Permanent Redirect
302 Temporary Redirect
401 Bad Password
403 Forbidden / Access Denied
404 File Not Found
405 Method Not Allowed
500 Internal Server Error




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