I’m running Rails 2.0.2.
My controller is subclassed from RetainController (which is subclassed
Retain Controller has:
rescue_from Retain::LogonFailed, :with => :logon_failed rescue_from Retain::FailedMarkedTrue, :with => :failed_marked_true
It works if the exception occurs before I start processing the view. If
I get the exception while in the view, (this is in development mode),
Rails will give me the usual exception page.
I thought, maybe, I was done with the controller but that is not the
case. The controller is still on the stack (way down deep). So, is
something else catching the exception – maybe in the erb processing?