By Owen - January 20, 2013 3:59 AM Reply This is a good approach although I think one exception class might be a bit far, you could consider creating a base Now I'm getting a error codes with messages. The try block places a fence around a bit of code that is under the watchful eye of the associated catchers. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. check over here
Specified by: iteratorin interfacetitle="interface in java.lang">Iterable<Throwable> Returns:an iterator over the chained SQLExceptions and causes in the proper orderSince: 1.6 Overview Package Class Use Tree I like your decoupling of user messages from exceptions/error codes. However I'm not getting any SQLException, So I cannot use this. Thanks, I'll be adding this to my arsenal. http://forums.codeguru.com/showthread.php?396385-Getting-Java-Error-Code
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