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I need to catch an error witch is thown by an internal class
_COM.send(); <--internal class, i can not step into
Depends of the type of error the try-catch works or not. My problem is that i need to capture the error without stop the code (it is in a loop). I don't know how to do this. the try-catch it's not working so I can't handle it.
If you have loop running try putting your try catch inside your loop. Also make sure you don't have any outer transaction.
Thanks for you replie.
The Try catch is inside a method that is called in the loop and all of this is inside an outer transaction. I try put my try catch ostuside and it works
The problem is that i need the transaction continues to the next record if error appears, and if the try catch is outside the loop i dont know how I'm going to get it. But its code design problem.
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