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I am running line of code that will execute Ejb remote/local method I want to be sure that I will handle every exception possible Should i use Throwable or RuntimeException whats the difference anyway? Thank you Sharon
You need to go through the Exceptions part of the Java tutorial. You should be catching anything your method declares in its javadoc or throws clause. Not usually a good idea to try catching everything, but if you insist then catch Exception.