|Re: JET Error Handling [message #49374 is a reply to message #48851]
||Thu, 11 September 2008 01:04
| Paul Elder
Registered: July 2009
Sorry for the slow reply.
I'm a little confused by the situation. I understand the ResourceException.
But I don't know what's happening to cause the pop-up and the NPE. What
version of JET are you using?
In general, JET doesn't have a good exeception/error mechanism. The tag
handlers trap any exceptions, log them and then let execution proceed as
normally as possible. The file IO does actually happen until after all
templates have executed - perhaps the exception handling isn't right in
Any snippets of could you can share would be helpful.
"justin" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi Paul,
> I am looking for a way by which we could differentiate between template
> errors and code errors through JET tags.
> For example, I have a scenario where I create a DAO file through template.
> During file creation,another file exists with name 'Dao'. Currently,the
> error thrown by JET is:
> Error: org.eclipse.core.internal.resources.ResourceException: A resource
> exists with a different case:
> '/credentials-integration-dao/src/test/java/com/accenture/ad sj/credentials/dao/PersonDaoHibernateTest.java'.
> And then, a pop up window appears saying:
> An internal error occurred during: "Launching web-templates
> This error message seems to look like
> org.eclipse.core.internal.resources.ResourceException - eclipse framework
> exception and it is a naming/runtime exception. Actually,is there a way to
> catch this exception and give different error message.
> Ideally,error/exception can be logged but flow should be allowed to
> continue in template execution which does not happen here as a model
> pop-up window appears stopping flow.
> Is there a way to achieve this exception handling?
> Kindly let us know soon.
> Best regards,
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