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The new way of showing/rendering all exceptions in Rails 3.2+
# put this in an initializer
# a Rails 3.2 addendum for: http://accuser.cc/posts/1-rails-3-0-exception-handling
class MyShowExceptions
def initialize()
@@rescue_responses = Hash.new(:internal_server_error)
@@rescue_responses.update({
'ActionController::RoutingError' => :not_found,
'AbstractController::ActionNotFound' => :not_found,
'ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound' => :not_found,
'ActiveRecord::StaleObjectError' => :conflict,
'ActiveRecord::RecordInvalid' => :unprocessable_entity,
'ActiveRecord::RecordNotSaved' => :unprocessable_entity,
'ActionController::MethodNotAllowed' => :method_not_allowed,
'ActionController::NotImplemented' => :not_implemented,
'ActionController::InvalidAuthenticityToken' => :unprocessable_entity,
'ArgumentError' => :unprocessable_entity
})
end
def call(env)
exception = env["action_dispatch.exception"] || Exception.new
body = ErrorsController.action(@@rescue_responses[exception.class.name]).call(env)
end
end
# Configure ShowExceptions and pass the only instance of above class to it
Rails.configuration.middleware.use "ActionDispatch::ShowExceptions", MyShowExceptions.new
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