I am using VB.NET 2005 to create a Windows forms application. I have a procedure named SendMail that creates an instance of Outlook.Application, to send an email from my application. I found the code on this forum, I think.The procedure works fine, but I can't use error handling with it.I call the procedure from a button click event. I put the procedure call in a try/catch block, and the application won't build, with the following error.
Error 68 'Catch' cannot catch type 'Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.Exception' because it is not 'System.Exception' or a class that inherits from 'System.Exception'. C:datadevdmtiQTSQTSv7_1_20100212wQTSQTSReportsCriteria pt_frmReportViewer.vb 43 21 QTS
Here is the code:
Sub SendMail(ByVal sFile As String) ' Create an Outlook application. Dim oApp As Outlook._Application
I'm getting 'Catch' cannot catch type 'Object' because it is not 'System.Exception' or a class that inherits from 'System.Exception'. and 'Expression detected' Code underlined in blue: Catch obj1 As Object When (?)
I have a program in VB.Net that receives mails from Outlook, extracts attachments and inserts the attachments into a table through a query. I would like to put the query/queries in a Try/Catch block, but cannot do so as Outlook exceptions cannot be caught, and it gives me an error, and unless I put a very specific exception, I cannot catch it. Is there a workaround?
Try Catch ex As Exception End Try
Exception is underlined and when I hover on it, it says: "Catch cannot catch type 'Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.Exception' because it is not in 'System.Exception' or a class that inherits from 'System.Exception'". This is affecting all my other code which I'd like to put into a Try/Catch block.
I have this scenario: in a Sub I have a Try...Catch statement.Within that Try..Catch I call another sub.In that 2nd sub is also a Try...Catch.(see below for example).Now if an exception occurs in the 2nd sub's Try...Catch, which Catch gets excecuted? The 2nd one, the 1st one or both?
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catch an exception and then throw another exception? Like so:
Try ' Do operation xxx Catch ex As Exception ' Operation xxx failed, need to execute cleanup
The reason for doing this is that while I catch my exception on a higher level logic (to make sure I can log it properly), I need to do some actions in the event of the exception that I can only do inside my class/function.
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I ran into an interesting dilemna today. I have a function that handles information and checks for duplicate values, then returns the next number that is not a duplicate. So, I have something like this:
Public Function GetNextNonDuplicateNumber(NumberToCheck as Long) as Long //the non-duplicate the function will return Dim NonDuplicate as Long 'duplicate If CheckForDuplicate(NumberToCheck) = True Then Throw New DuplicateException() [Code] .....
As you can see, I want to handle the exception specifically, but I also want to throw it when I'm done because I want to alert other code outside the function. The problem is that simply throwing it exits out of the function with a null value.
Dim sItem As String = "$/MyVssProject/InexistentFile.txt" Dim oItem As SourceSafeTypeLib.VSSItem = Nothing Try
The problem I face is when I try to get an instance to a file that doesn't exist in the VSSDB, thus leading to a COMException, which basically wouldn't be of a problem (I would expect). In fact the exception occurs, but instead of proceeding with the catch code, the debug cursor stays on the line "oItem = m_oSourceSafe.VSSItem(sItem)", showing a dialog with title "COMException crossed a native/managed boundary.
From here the execution doesn't proceed, until I change the content of sItem to an existing file.
Why does the exception not get caught, and how can I achieve it?
Environment: VS2010 with .Net 2.0 on WinXP SP3 x86
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Protected Sub rpt_ItemDataBound(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.RepeaterItemEventArgs) Handles rpt1.ItemDataBound, rpt2.ItemDataBound Try ProcessBadData... Catch ex As Exception Throw ex End Try End Sub
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at Company.WebForms.Control.rptOther_ItemDataBound(Object sender, RepeaterItemEventArgs e) at System.Web.UI.WebControls.Repeater.OnItemDataBound(RepeaterItemEventArgs e) at System.Web.UI.WebControls.Repeater.CreateItem(Int32 itemIndex, ListItemType itemType, Boolean dataBind, Object dataItem) at System.Web.UI.WebControls.Repeater.CreateControlHierarchy(Boolean useDataSource) at System.Web.UI.WebControls.Repeater.OnDataBinding(EventArgs e) at System.Web.UI.WebControls.Repeater.DataBind() at Company.WebForms.Control.rpt_ItemDataBound(Object sender, RepeaterItemEventArgs e)
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