|This tag (along with /iERROR) provides error handling capabilities within the HTML file. The commands between the start iERROR and end tag /iERROR are only executed if an error occurs. Using the iIF statements, it is possible to react to errors depending on their nature.|
|Usage||It is good habit to use a standard Error block during the site development process. To do this, place an error block in the beginning of an html file that contains iHTML 2.1 tag extensions.|
|Comment||You may wish to pass these variables to a common error handler page for processing. If you do not handle errors with the error block marked by iERROR and /iERROR, the server returns an error immediately (i.e., if an error block does not trap and process an error, the server responds to the browser with a "server error" error code).|
that you should use <iCLEAR> in the <iERROR> tags
or make sure closing sets of brackets are provided since you may
get a 'Document contains no data' error message from the browser.|
The iERROR block will not get processed for errors occurring in the <iHTML> tag. You must use the FAILURE directive of that tag to display error messages.