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RuntimeExceptions in RemoteInterface

Joe Harry
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Guys,

Why we should not throw any RuntimeExceptions in the RemoteInterface methods and that our ApplicationExceptions should not be a subclass of RuntimeExceptions?


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Kalyan Anand
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As far as I know the container wraps up the runtime exception and propogates them as remote exception to the client. Apart from that when runtime exception occurs the container implictly marks the transacyion for rollback.
[ October 05, 2008: Message edited by: Santhosh Jali ]
Joe Harry
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What is AFAIK?
Kalyan Anand
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Expanded it
 
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