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Error handling for sync invocations in Java
01-12-2011, 09:53 AM
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RE: Error handling for sync invocations in Java
(01-12-2011 09:05 AM)simonc Wrote:  The most reliable way to retrieve a stack trace would be to debug it using visual studio. Your abort popup should include an option to launch a debugger at the point of the assertion failure. Once visual studio has launched, select Debug -> Windows -> Call stack for the stack trace.

Its also possible that you'll get a stack trace written to the console if you continue running beyond the initial assertion failed message.

I tried Abort, Retry and Ignore (on separate runs) and none of these gave me a stack trace on the console. I don't currently have Visual Studio installed on my test server machine. The disk is quite full so I'll need to do some reorganization there.

Although I can install Visual Studio (at the cost of a little inconvenience), it clearly isn't something that I could ask a user of my software to do if they had a problem like this. Would it be possible to add code to ohNet to print the stack trace information in the event of this kind of problem?
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RE: Error handling for sync invocations in Java - simoncn - 01-12-2011 09:53 AM

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